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Updated on May 01, 2012
Details on how to make frosted lights:Material needHeat gunPlexy glassDremel SiliconeFrosting paperBlack Spray paintCut the plexy glass to about the proximate size your going to need use the heat gun to soften the glass and shape it and the use the dremel to trim it when you have the desired shape. When your all done shaping it stick the frosted paper on the inside of the glass use the heat gun to iron out the wrinkles then stick the frosted glass to you tailights to you existing lights (remember to remove red plastic first) then tape off the glass leaving the lines exposed and finish it off by spraying the exposed parts black. Its about a 2 hrs job per light.
Hope this helps you guys.
Also my accesoriess were bought as follows
Body Kit and Wing @ Andy's Auto SportVideo System @ Millionbuy.comAudio System @ Millionbuy.comRug @ headlinerkit.comSeats and Mats @ Pepboys(local store)
For those of you that aren't comfortable buying over the net these 2 sites are excellent for ordering never had a problem with my merchandise another good site that i have ordered form is nowonsale.com it is an honest site and good prices on stuff well good luck on projects.
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hey you do anything under the hood or is it all show????
where did you get that hoop scoop ? Is it the kind that just tapes on or did you get the whole hood for it ?
hahaha you still got people beggin you for those covers
car looks good what are you doing next to the car let me know love the tail lights that is badass check my car out let me know what you think...
ight man come onnnnnnnn, you could make a fortune lol hook it up!
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