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Old 05-19-2006, 07:45 AM
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Lambert Flush Mount 3rd Brake Light


I purchased a Lambert Enterprises flush-mount LED 3rd Brake light for my '35 project and am going to install it this weekend. After I received my light kit, I started reading the Instructions (amazing, huh!) and it talked about using one of their boxes to house the light if it would be subjected to the elements. Well, it will be mounted below the rear window, and, in my case, the rear window rolls down, so I thought I would buy the box from Lambert. I received it last night (it will do the job but it's not real pretty), and, after reading the Instructions (two in a row!), here's my question (dilemna):

The "box" is made of Fiberglass (cut to fit), and the Instructions say to Fiberglass it to my Body (Steel). I believe they are recommending Fiberglass because most of their lights go in Fiberglass Bodies and Fenders. Isn't there a better way? I don't have any Fiberglass stuff (I CAN buy it!), but wouldn't something like FUSOR or something else be better? Thanks for your replies and any input would be appreciated!

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Old 05-19-2006, 09:52 AM
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It seems the adhesives made today can stick anything to anything. If you have used Fusor before (I haven't), and were happy with the results, I see no reason you shouldn't use it in this instance.

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