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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-30-03, 12:15 AM Thread Starter
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AU side repeater lamps onto ED

Hi all,

I have read some info on this before, but now can't find it. Has anyone fitted the AU clear side repeater lamps to an E series Falcon before? If so could someone please point me in the right direction as these could do with being changed.

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Thanks very much for the link.

Buying and installing the lamps today.
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Just make sure you put them on right, the pointy end goes to the front, not the back.

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Lamps fully installed with the pointy end facing the front - looks sweet!
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I dont know why that guy put them on Backwards in the diagram.....

I did it on the old XG, and it has to be pointy end forwards, otherwise it looks dodgy as....

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I prefer it with the pointy end backwards.

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Re: AU side repeater lamps onto ED

ive got my pointy end backwayds...

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