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post #1 of 16 Old 07-21-2013, 01:43 PM Thread Starter
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painting headlights

anyone know of a reputable place that takes headlights apart and paints the housings
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ok will check it out thanks
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These guys are the best there is . And while your in there throw in a set of high end OEM projectors with clear lenses. You'll never regret it. Please don't put in a cheap PnP HID kit and blind everyone else.
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ok be honest not even really looking for hids I just want my housings painted thanks for the link
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Could try doing it yourself.
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wife wont let me near her oven
Buy her a day long pass to a health and beauty spa and then dinner with one of her girl friends. By the time she gets home, you've got the headlights out, taken apart and either ready to paint or painted and ready to glue back together. Even if you spend a couple hundred dollars for the "day trip" and dinner, it's still gonna be cheaper than having a professional shop do it for you......PLUS.........how could she be mad at you after spending the day at a spa and having an enjoyable dinner with a friend! Hell, you might even get lucky when she gets home!
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If you only going to paint them do it yourself. Super easy.
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