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Anybody got there 2008 f250 passenger side factory healamp they want to get rid. I screwed mine up and I don't want to get it from the factory
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You might check ebay...I have seen them on there really cheap.

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Yeah there are a couple on there i saw yesterday for like 20 bucks starting bid

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Maybe someone knows how to fix these. I tried the harley conversion and got tiny little cracks in the lens from getting it to hot in one area. Well I bought one of the restore your head light kits from autozone and got the scratches out but when buffing it the film didn't come off. So it looks foggy in that area. Is there a better restore kit or should I just get a new one
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What do those little cracks look like? get some pics so we can see em..

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they looked liked spider webs but I already buffed them out. I took the lamp into Walmart and they were able to put some of there compound on and there not that bad now. They will last now until I get some Harley lights!
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It sounds like you heated the plastic up a little too much. What temperature did you have the oven set to?

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I had it set at 250 like the instructions said. I even took mine out around 7 minutes and not the ten
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I have a stock set...but dont want to split them up..$200 shipped for both.

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