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Old 01-03-2006, 07:10 PM   #11
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i had an extra broken tail light hanging around, and i am surprised how fast this was to do.. it took me about 45 min to do the one side, and i think i could do it in 30min now that i know what im doing exactly..
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looks excellent, you could just tint them a little bit (as stated) but, they're pretty amazing like tho.
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Nice job, that middle section is a first and sure opens it up

I was #2 to go all clear and used JB weld on my plastic, 3 winters, no problems so far.
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Too bad you can't do 99 and down like that. Looks super sharp
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Old 01-03-2006, 10:45 PM   #15
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Nice job, that middle section is a first and sure opens it up

I was #2 to go all clear and used JB weld on my plastic, 3 winters, no problems so far.
your all clear?

or do you mean front and rear ambers????
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I got my LED'* and they are freakin' sweet looking. They are totally bright enough.

My turn signal flashes to quickly, so I need to to get an electronic LED flasher unit (or a heavy duty flasher unit for trucks & trailers) for it to flash properly.

I'll take some day and night photo'* when I get a chance and post them.

www.superbrightleds.com
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Having been the first member to clear out the amber from the tails on the 00+ I have to say that completely clear looks damn hot! Especially with that color.

Fantastic job and write up. I would be interested in finding something to hide/cover/remove the circles in the lower - center piece.
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still waiting for pics!!
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Im in email talk with Ed about the SSEi hes parting out. Hopefully i can get those tails and have a extra set so i dont screw up my own trying that.
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Im in email talk with Ed about the SSEi hes parting out. Hopefully i can get those tails and have a extra set so i dont screw up my own trying that.
good thinking chad...you're car being white, and title "ghost" definitely begs for clearing everything! ooh. scary..
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