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10-25-2010 10:02 AM
sunsetdart Did you buy a kit like from Hagans? They have the buckets you install and the buckets MUST be placed in the fender correctly or the rest of the headlight assembly won't work properly. the buckets have tabs in them the get drilled for the rest of the ring assemblies.
10-24-2010 06:49 PM
How to french in my headlights

I have all the parts I need to French in the headligts on my 53 Chevy does anyone have a write up or can kinda give me the process on how to go about this. I am a newb to body work but am not afraid to go at it. I have done slight body work on the car in the past sanding light bondo ect but never something like this. thanks in advance.

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