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Old 06-30-2004
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Alright since i got the whit corners by mistake i came up with a possable soultion. Both the stock and clear lenses have the exact same housing...

stock ones black, clear ones white.

So... i think i am going to put both of them in the oven for a while, let the glue melt and switch the housings and re-glue them w/ silicone, and get some black housing clear corners as a product.

So, do you guys think this will work?
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you go first! let us know how it turns out too! I think it'll work...
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hmm, it may just work..... keep us updated
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i dont see why it wouldnt work., and i know someone has taken the stock apart do paint the backing like the headlight mod.
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i think it would work...i dont see why not.
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If others can reseal a headlight with no problems, I see why not. Go for it.
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I might do it, anyone else want to tho to test it out... lol. I just put them on teporarily untill i can paint them or do the switch...
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if you send em to me i'll do it for you
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But then i'd be cornerless :cry:
haha

Nah, but thanks tho now i'm starting to think i'll do it. Should i make a sorta how-to-ish thing, or do you think Tiger's is enough?

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haha...Hey RJ did you ever get those clears finished?
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Fishy? You be the judge.... Bush's military records.

Getting the housing to seperate for the lights isnt hard at all.. there's really just a couple things to keep in mind.. 1. watch your oven while they're in there.. otherwise they might start to melt or bend from the heat. also, 2. make sure you seal it shut good with the silicon.. condensation is hell. good luck with it.. you'll like em
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