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Old 04-16-2004, 11:22 PM   #1
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what is clear corners and stuff? whats it look like? how do you do it? thanks
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Clear corners means clearing your corner lamps, or taking the orange piece out. Usually looks better than stock, especially on silver or white cars, with chrome or not. Just a clean look. I did them to mine. There may be a techinfo article on this already. Just be careful taking them apart. Here'* the article: http://bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=67

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the pearl site says i need silicone and adhesive? what am i getting myself into? dont i just unscrew them, remove the yellow/orange, screw them back in?
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and when im done do i need orange lgihts for back there? how much do they cost?
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That'* my site btw


If you read the whole article, you'll be basically breaking the glue, and then pulling out the orange, and gluing them back together. Silicone adhesive is perfect. $4 of RTV is plenty!!!!!

The stock bulbs are white, but glow orange when lit behind the orange marker. When that'* gone, you [u] should[/img] get a yellow one, so they're clear but light yellow.

You could meet up with some of us MN guys, all but smellbird and haro have them pretty much
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hmm. im not car savvy by any means. this is my first car, its all new to me. ok tomorow i'll futz around with it, thanks.
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