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05-16-2003 06:14 PM
horvath Hey, Slider

Dave - another member here - who has a Series 1 '55 Chevy pickup had 'em on his. When I saw them I reacted like you did - "I gotta get a pair!"

Now they're on and they DO make a nice difference, eh?

I haven't decided what to do about mirrors yet ... the ones I have are a bit small -- I think they're just "peeps" anyway.

05-16-2003 04:45 PM
slider in wa Now i like that!!! That might be cool on My 48 Chev COE.I`m allready thinkin about dummie tear drops, and hang down mirrors
Slider in Wa.
05-16-2003 03:33 PM
Headlight Bezels & Visors

Anybody here ever install headlight visors?

I put new bezels on today with new rubber seals, clips and visors. They were a bear to get on ... I put the visors OVER the rubber seals, not UNDER them - that is to say ... they are NOT between the rubber seals and the bezel - is that the right way to do it?

Anybody got any tips? When I change a headlight I'm gonna have to fight with the visor again and I sure wouldn't be surprised if I'm doing something wrong.

Alan Horvath
<a href="" target="_blank">54 Chevy Pickup</a>

[ May 16, 2003: Message edited by: horvath ]</p>

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