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    So they are lol

    tbh i didnt even know what you were going out about when i first read this post,

    but i see them yesterday and the pics on there made me understand why you would want them lol
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam1832 View Post
    So they are lol

    tbh i didnt even know what you were going out about when i first read this post,

    but i see them yesterday and the pics on there made me understand why you would want them lol
    Sam check out my project thread I have before and after pics of when I changed mine a couple of weeks back. A small cost which makes a big change!
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    I think im gonna buy some of these too lol
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam1832 View Post
    I think im gonna buy some of these too lol
    Nice one get rid of the 'fried egg' look...
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    they look good, just purchased them
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam1832 View Post
    they look good, just purchased them
    Be sure to post pics. Im sure they will look 100x better! Most ppl once they see the difference order them straight away (I did the same as you!)...
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    lol, yea im sure they will look better to

    i will post up pics in my project thread http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...riolet-t69248/
     
     

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    I fitted some of the ones from the ebay store I linked to. They went in fine, work and look good. I'm happy.

    One note for those who've not replaced these bulbs before, the front indicators (by the headlight) need to be removed from the car to change the bulb. If you look at the top of the lights you'll see some screws for beam adjustment, but right by the indicator you'll see a screw which you have to slack off (not remove) to be able to withdraw the indicator unit forwards so you can access the bulb behind.

    The one's I've not done yet are the side repeaters - because I'm not sure if I have to push them towards the bonnet or the boot to release them. (someone did tell me but I forgot..)
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