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clear corner lights

Postby hskrsolara » Tue Jan 15, 2008 9:57 am

honestly, I've had clear corners for a while now and am getting a bit tired of the look. so, I went back to oem. it just seemed like no matter what clears I had, they all looked a little cheap next to the oem's...just my honest opinion.

however, since this is in the tutorial forum, we really shouldn't be discussing anything besides installation. all other info should be discussed in a new thread or be searched.
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Postby DrLove » Wed Jan 16, 2008 6:13 am

For US it's cheaper, it was the price for me in Canada. About $20 for US, 40$ for Canada.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/98-99-00 ... enameZWDVW

My corner looks nice and clean. I like them. I like that they put a "silver" silicone, it's less visible then on the OEM. I think it looks better than the OEM without the orange lens, because of the 2 holes that left the orange piece is urgly and very visible. The stock don't looks bad either, but mine were craking and melt :oops: .
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