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    its not really runny its quite thick but you can see the brush strokes in it until you put it back together and then you cant even see them they look like they are factory finished
     
     

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    Its near enough impossible to avoid , but like E36 Lover said its not really noticable when everything is put back together.

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/f82/grey-alien-e36-318i-loon-t91670/
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by E36 lover View Post
    its not really runny its quite thick but you can see the brush strokes in it until you put it back together and then you cant even see them they look like they are factory finished
    Hi there,
    sorry to drag this thread back up.

    I'm going to have to have a go at resealing my lights as the passenger side one is misting up sometimes. I've bought some amberlight paint off Ebay and may do my side lights when I'm in there.

    When you say you painted yours inside, do you mean remove the rectangular lense then paint the front of the round side light lense? Or do you mean remove rectangular lense then strip the round sidelight lense off aswell and paint the back of it?

    Was this hard?
    Cheers, Mark.
     
     

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    when you remove the rectangle lense the round ones are all fitted to it so it comes off as one piece ????
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    Ah, ok.
    You can tell I've not had them out yet.
    I did look at the earlier links but couldn't see exactly what I needed.

    Thanks for that. Should be straight forward then.
     
     

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