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Old 12-08-2008, 09:17 PM   #1
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Question Projector Lens

Does anyone know if theres a projector lens that'll fit inside a 1995 Bonneville headlight assembly, I have a HID Kit and I hear its best to put the projector on with them.
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its a little more work than throwing a lense in there, first your gonna need to have a spare set of housings, a set of projector housings, and then the rest of the winter if your not so good with a dremmel, bondo, and paint

I plan on doing this but heres just a little overview so you know what your getting into
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Looks like a good plan, i have a sound system for sale if interested, by the way if you go to cardomain you can see more of my 95 Bonne, if u go under just the 1995 Pontiac Bonnevilles mines is like the 5th from the top, look for da_grey_goose_95. im very well skilled wit tool, have you found the lens already?
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ok cool ill check it out, as for the lense i found a set for like $80, $110 shipped on Ebay, they are the lense, housing, and angel eyes for it
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It'* a custom job, so I'd suggest you measure the factory housing and see what would fit inside it and if there is any room behind it. Then look for a projector that fits. Then you'll need to make sure the projector is aimed right for for vertical and horizonal before you epoxy it in.

I plan on doing this as well at some point, but getting the projectors properly mounted in the stock housings is a pretty big undertaking. But well worth it...plug and play looks cheesy compared to projectors.
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