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Old 04-25-2004, 12:58 AM   #1
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1. Go get a set of SSE tails. The ones with the black lines.
2. heat them with the blowdryer.
3. Pry it apart, this part takes two people to pry in the right spots.
4. throw away the red insert.
5. break out the little black lines inside the clear part.
6. you may want to repaint the chrome on, the chrome in my reverse light spot looks rusted, only white.
7. heat the tar lookin stuff back up with the hair dryer, and stick it back together.
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I am glad you posted this but they don't make euros for the bonnie? That is what I was going to ask in a separate post.
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No one makes ANYTHING for the Bonneville. You get to do everything yourself
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That'* just the way i like it. That way it is really custom.
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BTW, I had mine apart, but I did not rice them. I had a crack along the seam and decided to pull it apart to get the moisture and water deposits out.
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Thanks Dame, JKW did this to his SSE SC? looks pretty good, check out his page under his sig when U get a chance, also Bonne ninety four SSE did this as well, except he just covered the orange part up insted of taking the whole thing out, looks good either way.
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JKW did this to his SSE SC?
if you mean the trunk mounted tail lights, i think it'* MS Paint
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=5947&
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Would these instructions also apply to just clearing the rear turn signals?
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Almost, but instead of throwing away the red peice, you'd want to cut the yellow off of it.
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JKW did this to his SSE SC?
if you mean the trunk mounted tail lights, i think it'* MS Paint
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=5947&
That was all paint but the main tail on the right, it only took a few minutes to do. I've tried with the trunk mounted lights, but I've only succeded with delaminating some of the stripes on my test light.
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