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Yours but Nvm lol I know what you meant now.

and here is a pic i just took for you blind people. they've been on the truck for like 2 months. (didn't put the full truck in pic annoy the ones who say full truck pic lol)

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That looks nice Pedro, I hate nightshades but this is great.
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what's the passenger side light look like?
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That looks nice Pedro, I hate nightshades but this is great.
thanks. i hate nightshade too thats why i gave this a shot. I ruined tails on my old truck with night shade

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what's the passenger side light look like?
gen 3 tail
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I still need to get a set and try this.
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.....im going to burn my tail-lights now.
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Sweet hitch.
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lol yeah andrew has to fix that for me. it looks like **** but it protects from morons in parking lots
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I've seen these in person and these look GREAT
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I'm still mad that you did this before me. Haha.
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I'm still mad that you did this before me. Haha.
i remember sending the pic when i finished "dude i wanted to do that" haha
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Anyone want to make me a set of these? I will gladly pay. I have ZERO luck separating lens 'so I REALLY dont want to FAUK up a new set of lights
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Dang, I can't believe how old this thread is. 3 years later, I own those tails lol
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So I guess nobody wants to make a set
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I am curious as to what brand light you used.

I have a set of eagle eyes and have broken 3 pieces off so far after baking for 40-50 min

EDIT: yeah an HOUR worth of heating and I have 4 pieces broken off and the glue hasn't budged one bit
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I think the TYC brand is the only one that has worked for anyone
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I think the TYC brand is the only one that has worked for anyone
Good to know. Maybe that should of been put in the "how to"
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That wasn't known at the time this was made, this was figured out later when other people were attempting it.

As long as you get them from Certifit you'll be good. They have TYC
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That wasn't known at the time this was made, this was figured out later when other people were attempting it.

As long as you get them from Certifit you'll be good. They have TYC
Again, more useful info too little too late
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You're looking at an old thread, there have been more recent threads that this info has been covered.
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Again, more useful info too little too late
Maybe you should try asking questions BEFORE you do the work.
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You're looking at an old thread, there have been more recent threads that this info has been covered.
Please, show me more threads on this process. My search come up with nothing.

I found this thread thru a google search, considering when I search here "06 taillight" NOTHING comes up

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The process is the same no matter where the light comes from, TYC lights are just easier.

Either way it's going to be difficult, taillights are mcuh harder to take apart than headlights
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I would just like to see the other thread(s) that recommend TYC
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