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    as im on a smaller budget than id like at the mo so im looking into "retro-fit" angel eyes instead of complete units but how hard are they to fit is there much fiddlyness with wires etc?
     
     

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    This is a good how to http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...el-eyes-t9555/ made by joe9087 i think. Doesn't look too bad. Think he said it took about 3 hours to get it done!

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    Yeah that's right around 3 hours although you can do it in 2.5 hours if you have the right tools to remove your headlight units from the beginning unlike me
     
     

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    Yeah around 3 hours fitting although depends on what you fix em to lenses with. i used silicone sealant so needed bout another 2hrs for that to set!
    i love the stealth like install and can be seen in day light too!
     
     

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    I used silicone sealant as well but found 45 minutes was enough for them to dry
     
     

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