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    you could use it, if you never ever ever plan to separate the lenses again. Ever.
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    eep. well thats on hold anyhoo...i just removed my grill and was greeted with a inside mounting bracket that was busted to hell all the way to the light fixture its self. the only thing holding it together was the little snap tabs that hold the grill in place. in removing them, the rest fell apart. thankfully the headlamp is still in place from the outside mounts(outboard?)near the fender. thinking about jumping to jdm's now and playing around with the others just for fun. dunno. i saw the busted and kinda just put it back together till i make up my mind.....

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    if the plastic mount is broke use epoxy (like jb weld) to fix the plastic then do your mod save some money thats for sure

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