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post #1 of 13 Old 08-19-2012, 12:04 AM Thread Starter
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Painted the headlights

Decided to finally crack the headlights open and paint them. Ended up going with black and then night shading the reflector and then clearing both pieces. I think it turned out decently well!





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Looks great!

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that does look pretty good it reminds me of harley lights on the 6.0 models

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turned out nice !! Good Job!


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Did you have to heat the headlights up to get them open?

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Thanks guys, and ya just heated the up and pried them apart.
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Looks good man good job. Glad i did mine myself as well.

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Thanks for the compliments guys, really glad i did them myself as well, definitely didnt want to pay the prices i have seen some headlights for the 250's go for.
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Did you heat it in an oven or use a heat gun?

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I just used a heat gun.
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