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    Black headlight's

    Does anyone know where i can send my headlights out to get them painted black??

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    do 'em yerself!! It only takes a couple hours..

    Or send 'em to me and I'll do em for a fee..


    Or come over one weekend, and we'll do them.
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    ohh we should have a mid-a clearing party!
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    yeah, I have a bugeye, and did my own. I did my civic's lights, before I had the WRX, too.. It's easy, just need a lot of patience..




    Last edited by Rogan; 12-24-2007 at 05:34 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    yeah, I have a bugeye, and did my own. I did my civic's lights, before I had the WRX, too.. It's easy, just need a lot of patience..



    Nice ride! I been meaning to do mine but the weather has just been so ****ty lately.

    OP ceasar at http://www.lightwerkz.net/ does this as a service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    do 'em yerself!! It only takes a couple hours..

    Or send 'em to me and I'll do em for a fee..


    Or come over one weekend, and we'll do them.
    it would be cool to stop by and just get them done. you did a really nice job!..where are you from

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    cool.. I'm in Winchester, about 1hr west of you.

    I work in Chantilly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brain juice View Post
    ohh we should have a mid-a clearing party!
    We should. While we're at it, I need to get all the corrosion off my lenses. Any tips on how to do that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RossLH View Post
    We should. While we're at it, I need to get all the corrosion off my lenses. Any tips on how to do that?
    yeah, I've got ancient chinese secret for that, too
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    Guys, we should really do this. If y'all aren't scared to come to winchester (travel-wise), we can schedule some sunday (I work saturdays) to knock out a few sets of headlight refurb/mods for you all. I've got a garage, so if it's too cold out, we can pull the headlights and work in there. easy access to the oven, and such.
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    You are 2 hours away from me but having your experience may be worth the drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    Guys, we should really do this. If y'all aren't scared to come to winchester (travel-wise), we can schedule some sunday (I work saturdays) to knock out a few sets of headlight refurb/mods for you all. I've got a garage, so if it's too cold out, we can pull the headlights and work in there. easy access to the oven, and such.
    yea man that would be sweet. what sunday would u want to do it

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    yeah, from Baltimore, 70W to frederick, 15/340South to Berryville, VA Rt.7W, to winchester.

    My mother-in-law lives in Turkey Point Island, just outside of Annapolis, so I'm familiar with the trip


    Let's get the holidays out of the way, and then we'll schedule a 'wrench-party'...
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    I'm only here for a couple more weeks (class starts January 14th). Is it possible to schedule everything before then? I honestly wouldnt mind driving out to Winchester for such an experience.
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    it's quite possible.. I'd like to schedule one day to knock out a few sets of lights, but if it comes down to it, Ross, we can knock your's out as a solo project, if need be.
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