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Old 07-15-2003, 03:06 PM   #1
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i started dremel'n the sides of my corners and i'm making relief cuts and boiling them and it'* been boiling for abou 30 minutes and no sign of softness except my skin from the water. any tips
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Yup, boil for 30 min, then let cool. Add a touch of salt or favorite seasoning and enjoy!

Actually I have no clue.
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forget it i got it all set. i got them installed the second corner came out better than the first. here'* a tip if the plastic starts to stick to the cut tool use a new one alot cleaner cut les mess. will post pics in 2 days
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You'll have to get some pics. I'd like to do this but I don't want to risk wrecking my housings.
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Me too!

By the way, someone mentioned the amber bulbs that look clear or silver bwhen unlit. Or was I dreamin' it?
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The turn signal bulbs closest to the grill I changed out with a clear bulb. I was hoping to get a yellow lit bulb but I'm happy with the ones I have.
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Ryan did a nice job on his 96 SSEi...he posted some pics too of the results. I'm assuming Jeep gets the same results
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By the way, someone mentioned the amber bulbs that look clear or silver bwhen unlit. Or was I dreamin' it?
No, there was another thread recently about that. They're chrome when they're off; color shows through when they're on. I had a URL for the whole selection but now I can't find it... Some ransacking of the archives should turn it up.
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got the site dug it up

Here it Is: http://store.yahoo.com/dpstore/apctichbu.html
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Awesome, thanks. Now if I could fine 'em locally!
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