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Old 05-05-2005
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Lets see some pics of the headlight mod!

I'm wanting to see the different ways people have done it, esp. the treatment of the fluting around the turn-signal. I'm probably going to do mine graphite gray this weekend.
 
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I changed my headlight fluid last night. I rock.
 
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^^^ hahahaha
 
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Well here are my pics:


Comparison shot:

I hope these give you a lil idea.
 

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Originally Posted by Shalafi49
I changed my headlight fluid last night. I rock.
Did you remember to change your blinker fluid??!?
 
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DANGIT! That's what I get for trying to do it by myself. I usually go to Q's...geez
 
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my head light mod
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is this here mod clear corners? thats all im seeing.

make sure you check your whidja didja valve after installation of new headlight fluid. i just upgraded to high intensity fluid by valvco. stuff is awesome.
 
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Look at my headlights and then go look at yours, you may see something different.
 
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i plan to color match mine red...

but thats waiting for something
 
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I was thinking of doing mine red, but I don't want to be the first one to try it, unless I can get a spare set of headlights cheap.
 
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I was planning on doing mine Sonic Blue -- but I never got around to it and I sold the thing! I would go Red, Brian. Alot of Japanese cars here come with color matched headlight's like this stock -- I'll see if I can't find one out and about this weekend and show you what a red one looks like. If it was a Wednesday, I know where a Red Nissan March parks...
 
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I liked the black head light thing, but since i am keeping the chrome bumper and grill, i decided to stick with the chrome on the front of the truck.
 
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I like that alot but im not too sure i want to take apart my headlights
 
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How do you take it apart?
 
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Voodoo magic.

(the search feature is your friend.)
 
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ohhh yes i found it
 
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Here's the best pic i have of mine. Did it a long time ago.

 
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man.. seeing this makes me REALLY wanna do it, haha.... BUt i doubt it..
 
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Is there a way to paint some of a clear corner, like the part mated to the plastic.
 
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Here is mine


 
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uh oh.. brazilian!! hha..
 
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