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Old 03-15-2006, 12:29 PM   #21
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also with those would i have to buy yellow bulbs? and it is a simple take the old light out and put the new one in job, not brain surgey correct?
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yes thoes are the Corners....you buy a yellow bulb, and then Paint it with a light mist of silver paint....

the bulbs just twist out of the corners...simple
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ok sounds good. Thank you so far.
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ordered the corner lights about an hour ago and bought the paint and clear coat for my wheels this afternoon
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have not priced out hte powdercoating, as my crosslace are in good condition and will only use the wheel paint and clear
I want to try the paint too, since I like working on it myself....that'* part of the fun. I'll have to look for some gold wheel paint when I get a chance. As far as taking off the clear, what else besides sandpaper is there? It'* been a long while since I was at an auto parts store but I'm pretty sure that I saw some kind of product made (a liquid of some kind) that is meant for removing the clear coat. Am I remembering correctly or is there no such product?
Since you are in teh area...I suggest you talk to Randman..he'* got a buddy that refurbs wheels and Randman may be able to give you pointers.
Wow, great...I'll do that! Thanks!
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