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Old 04-26-2005
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Headlight Lens Question

How are you guys seperating the headlight lenses to paint the chrome? I had an 01 yamaha r6 i molded some cougar projectors in but i had to use a heat gun... i didnt want to distort the lenses on my truck!!!
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check the how to's on this forum, there is one they put them in the oven at like 350 or something to that effect.
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I think you might be in a bit of trouble at 350F. This How-to suggests careful heating for about 15 min @ 200F:
http://www.generation-edge.com/forum...?TOPIC_ID=1012
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cool thanx
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