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    hi, i've just brought some halo rings for the headlights on my 318is but im struggling to remove the glass from the headlight so i can get inside, any tips lads?

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    if you mean the outer glass case you need to heat up the old silicon to seperate the 2, if you mean the glass inserts inside you need to cut round the silicon and they will pop out, whatever silicon you remove you need to replace mate
     
     

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    thankyou mate , appreciate that
     
     

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    no problem mate there is a couple of guides in the how to section incase you get stuck, pretty simple though. did lose my rag a couple of times though tbh lol
     
     

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