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depending on the price i might take both
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any updates?
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Haven't heard anything from the dude yet, I'm guessing its a flop again.
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o alright. unless something comes up im just gettin the regular black headlights
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wow never seen them before now i want a set
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hey scottg got any more pics???
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hey scottg got any more pics???

i got em too

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=63069

theres some pics of them in there
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cool ya those light are nice. my buddy is going to mexico for 2 weeks i am going to see if he can get me a set.....
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does any one know the ford product #????
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get a 98+ mazda then complain ... we got NO aftermarket heds, corners, tails, nothing. ... apparently you could get clear corners for the 94-97 .... then pre 94 when it was still mazda there is plenty of aftermarket for.
IMO,I would not go through the trouble of installing the mexican/brazilian headlights, when as poste dbefore,you can simply black out your current ones with less effort and significantly less cost.

As for you Melt, I'm in the same boat. 2002 Mazda and can't find anything for it except tonneau covers.

As for the lighting situation,I painted a black frame around my tail lights,just like the 94-98 Mazdas have when the turn signal was on the bottom instead of the top like mine is,and then I smoked them and my front corner lights. I smoked the outside of the corner lenses,but left the amber reflector and it looks pretty cool.

sorry if I'm thread jacking,but here's some pics.
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not bad but the front wont look that good if i were to do it to mine, the headlights / corners arent clear like that .... but ive contemplated opening the corners up and seeing if the amber piece is removable.
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oh yeah,you have the earlier style. That blows. The amber should be removable. If it can't be baked or melted out,the next way (another Contour.org trick) is to chip or chisel,or dremel the amber reflector out until all that remains is the clear. Ofcourse,you'll be left with residue from glue and leftover plastic chunks,so you'll have to sand or dremel out the crap left over. Very time consuming and tricky,but the results look great when done properly.
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mmm very nice
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That chick needs to move so I can see the truck better.
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That chick needs to move so I can see the truck better.
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mmm Dans ranger is the shiz, seeing it in person is 100x better then pictures!
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I like the tailgate of them mesican rangers.. but not worth the $.

DOT OEM FTW!
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baja1000 can you get me the ford product # thanks
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Icon7 Here they are!!

Hello, everybody...
As I can see, many of you are looking for the brazilian one-piece headlights...
Here are some pics I found around in the internet... Unfortunatelly I didn't find pics of the back of the lights... and then I can't say to you how much trimming is needed...
These lights new cost around 400 bucks each set... and I don't have a clue about shipping yet (but I'll find out). It's easy to find them in junkyards (but in good conditions) also, in some cases much cheaper.
If you guys have interest, we can combine a way to send you some sets...

Anyway, I'm a Ranger fan. Count on me if you need any help.
You can check my 2001 diesel powered Ford Ranger XLT Supercab at CarDomain.com (www.cardomain.com/ride/2631468).

See'ya

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I got mine for 390 shipped new last year. Theres a good bit of trimming necessary also.
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nice truck good to see more south americans joining the site
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nice truck good to see more south americans joining the site
You see... Rangers are the best selling truck in South America, but people doesn't seem to go to internet to show their rides... Look these guys from Argentina: .:: Club RANGER ::.
Nice trucks, mods and landscape, but they limit themselves to this website... I didn't find anyone in forums, even here in Brazil...
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