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    if their not aftermarket

    how did he do it??
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    Looks like he's used a film on the glass to get the blacked out look.
     
     

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    Delensed with shrouds on the dipped beams.
     
     

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    That looks awesome, I'm doing it.
     
     

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    sweeet as.. thanks alot.. how hard is it too split our headlights?? and i want your wheels!! lol
     
     

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    How you get the Angel eyes on with the lenses off?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by StK View Post
    How you get the Angel eyes on with the lenses off?
    I thought they'd fit behind the lenses when I bought them, they didn't though and I'm glad now because I think they look better for it. I'll try to find the seller on egay if you like?

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    sweeet as.. thanks alot.. how hard is it too split our headlights?? and i want your wheels!! lol
    Easy enough once they're off. You have to hold the adjusters in place when you actually take them off the car though otherwise they'll point all over the place. Once they're off it's just a few clips.
    Oh and you can't have my wheels...
     
     

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    ahhh sweet.. well ive found some aftermarket angel eyes on ebay, their not the gay projector style ones, the look standard just with led Halo's.. so might buy those and split them.. then go raid Lamin-X for some smoked tint..

    any idea's how he got the indicators that dark though??
     
     

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    Thanks Stu but I already have CCFL Angels and was curious to find out how you managed to keep them in place without lenses? I thought about using a bit of silicon though
     
     

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