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Old 01-02-2007, 07:19 PM   #1
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are these the exact same headlights that came with the car from the factorY?

http://www.partstrain.com/products/*...ml?sku=P100107

cause the ones in my car say bonneville on them, and i cant see it on these ones
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those appear to be aftermarket
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No, but besides the driver side missing "bonneville" you cant tell the difference.
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No, but besides the driver side missing "bonneville" you cant tell the difference.
yes i can.. i bet that its just a mirror image...


the highbeam bulb locks at an angle, not vertically like an OEM would..
there also appears to be no adjuster
and the plastic quality on the backing appears to be lacking
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i'd like it to say bonneville

where can i find the delco headlights (or bosch) ones for a price somewhat near that?
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No, but besides the driver side missing "bonneville" you cant tell the difference.
yes i can.. i bet that its just a mirror image...


the highbeam bulb locks at an angle, not vertically like an OEM would..
there also appears to be no adjuster
and the plastic quality on the backing appears to be lacking

you study them to much
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No, but besides the driver side missing "bonneville" you cant tell the difference.
yes i can.. i bet that its just a mirror image...


the highbeam bulb locks at an angle, not vertically like an OEM would..
there also appears to be no adjuster
and the plastic quality on the backing appears to be lacking

you study them to much
yes sir
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