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Old 11-27-2005, 08:47 PM   #11
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Haha..this is the how to do it...LIVE version!
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That looks cool. Now you can come help me with mine. Then Pat can come help put angel eyes on it and I'll be all set. Especially with my new grille. *show you THAT tommorrow.*
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now you just need the chrome bulbs
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now you just need the chrome bulbs
i got the silverstar bulbs... but they are different sockets between 00 and 95... trying to decide if i want to use the old bulbs and get new sockets or viceversa
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whats the heat gun for in removing the assembly from the car. Seriously thinking about doing this.
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whats the heat gun for in removing the assembly from the car. Seriously thinking about doing this.
the end of the lights are in a ball and socket. It was so cold the balls and socket were VERY tight. The heat softened the plastic, so we could pull the lights out.
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whats the heat gun for in removing the assembly from the car. Seriously thinking about doing this.
the end of the lights are in a ball and socket. It was so cold the balls and socket were VERY tight. The heat softened the plastic, so we could pull the lights out.
not needed if u are in a garage..not bragging...just saying
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whats the heat gun for in removing the assembly from the car. Seriously thinking about doing this.
the end of the lights are in a ball and socket. It was so cold the balls and socket were VERY tight. The heat softened the plastic, so we could pull the lights out.
not needed if u are in a garage..not bragging...just saying
well if you were in my garage last week it would have made it easier...about 45deg.
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