well ive been working on this for about 2 hours now. ive painted my headlights back to black to match my rims and in the process i decided to make some clear reflectors. I used my heatgun to mold the plastic that came with one of my task lights from my garage. im working on the side reflector and if everything goes good ill be done by tomorrow night. here are the pics...
My old white headlight housing
used some black plastic paint from home depot
the clear reflector
i shaped the part with my heatgun
how does this look?
looks cool, post up pics when they are done, i wanna see...
looks good real good
Lanman31337 -F = fatties = do not want. A little chunk in the junk is ok though.
Looks good. Lets trade rims
well i @!#$ up one side and i dont want to post pics. ill post up pics when they are all nice and done. thanks for the comments so far.
Looks good, you know it's been done before right?
yeah i know. ive seen a post a long time ago on how to do these and i just remembered so i thought id give it a try.
Well I won't be needing mine anymore, seeing as I'm ordering a set of projector/hid's from IZN TRBL on friday, if you, or anyone else is interested, we could work something out. With mine I used the bigger diamond plastic on the front round reflector/lense and small diamonds on the corner ones, for a stock, yet aftermarket apperance.
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sal, what did you use for the flat reflector in the corner?
really looks good with the car being white
That looks really fresh. You gonna run some LED bulbs?
Looks great! Nice job.
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