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after market fogs

looking to replace these have dirty lenses i want clean new ones for when i get my hid kit
so looking to replace , but not these type of fogs more like ones of a 06 + thats not a stx , any ideas


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they can probably just be polished up. why not just do that instead of going with some aftermarket ones that will turn yellow in a year?
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they can probably just be polished up. why not just do that instead of going with some aftermarket ones that will turn yellow in a year?
ive seen products for that , but dont know if they really work
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yes clean them take some 1500-2000 and 3000 grit sand paper and wet sand them then polish them with a good polish they will look brand new.
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yes clean them take some 1500-2000 and 3000 grit sand paper and wet sand them then polish them with a good polish they will look brand new.
like any car polish form autozone?
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i used this kit on the headlights of my uncles 02 dodge ram worked really good just read the instructions and take your time the 3m kit is really good comes different grits of sand paper,polish and a thing to attach the sand paper to a drill

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like any car polish form autozone?
pretty much
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i used this kit on the headlights of my uncles 02 dodge ram worked really good just read the instructions and take your time the 3m kit is really good comes different grits of sand paper,polish and a thing to attach the sand paper to a drill

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im going to try this ,ive heard alot of people say its the ****
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