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Old 02-11-2006, 02:10 PM   #1
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I noticed on these cars (especially GXP and Aurora) that the foglight locations are closed by another outer lens housing, I wonder IF you'd have to remove that outer plastic/glass part?

(a photo would be nice so I can actaully show U what I mean if U don't know what I'm talking about)

As for the GP, the turning signal and foglight are basically together I wonder If you'd just have to make another location for the aftermarkets (more like the GXP GP more than likely)
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what years of these particular cars are you referring to?

btw here is the my aurora fog light.
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what years of these particular cars are you referring to?
well, all aroura'* have that plastic lens, and the GXP has it too, Custom show a close up of yours and I'll show U what I mean,
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yea, does all that need to come out?
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sure does, it'* all one peice. You could probably cut-out a circle on the very back of the reflector, and put in your own, but it might look a little funny. Projectors might look kind of cool though.
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is the GXP'* the same way? that whole reflector lens has to come out too?
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