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Old 01-06-2009
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What did you use to seal them? a clear epoxy?
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I didn't seal them up yet. I was just going to use outdoor grade silicone since that seems to be what everyone suggested. A clear epoxy doesn't sound like a bad idea though. I'll have to let everyone else who has already done it chime in on that one lol

Like I said, for me, its an experiment. If I get condensation, I'll buy a set.
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I didn't seal them up yet. I was just going to use outdoor grade silicone since that seems to be what everyone suggested. A clear epoxy doesn't sound like a bad idea though. I'll have to let everyone else who has already done it chime in on that one lol

Like I said, for me, its an experiment. If I get condensation, I'll buy a set.
look great. im debating doing mine. havent decided if i want to go with the black or the chrome looks for the front lights yet.

i dont have any eperience with this, but i would think you would be better off with a silicon seal incase you ever want to take it apart. its flexible too, which i would think would keep a better seal over time
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dude your truck would look good with black lights
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Do it Texas, I think it would look sick on a white truck.
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I used bathroom silicone for mine, no leaks.
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