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    Just got my angel eyes of ebay. fitted them yesterday sit so nice.
    Driving down the motorway last night, relise they are LHD. So upset, emailed the seller, they told me they can be adjusted for RHD. Does anyone know how to this.

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    Ask the seller how to do it....there are his lamps after all.
     
     

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    i had a set of fk depo lights supplied to me set up for a left hooker.
    dunno if yours are the same,but i took off the rubber boot over the dip beam lamp and saw a lever inside.
    you have to sort of unclip this lever and move it up or down (to suit rhd cars).its attached to a flap of metal that shields the beams and offers a much better cut off than a reflector unit.
    what i've felt,what i've known
    never shined through in what i've shown.

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    Thanks did find it. It was where u said... Just need to align it in the dark now... Thanks again..
     
     

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    just make sure it clips into place in the new position
    what i've felt,what i've known
    never shined through in what i've shown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaCAS View Post
    Thanks did find it. It was where u said... Just need to align it in the dark now... Thanks again..

    if you take it in to an M.O.T centre they should be able to align it for you exactly as it should be road legal wise.
     
     

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