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Old 05-06-2003, 00:59   #1 (permalink)
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Clear side repeater - use *cringe* VT Holden one?

i think i've seen clear holden side repeater lenses on an eseries ford..

they look better than the AU job IMO, and if they fit then why not use them?

anyone had experiences with this?

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i saw a guy with them on an EB fairmount ghia at the lights i like the au job better.
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Rollin has then on his EB XR6

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Old 05-06-2003, 03:49   #4 (permalink)
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i'd use the AU ones(or BA, coz they're slimmer), but it seems theres a bit of pissing around to get em facing the right way.
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VT ones wouldn't look bad on an e-series. I might be some on my car. I can't decide whether to get AU ones or VT!

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Get the VT's

Its more fun ripping them out of the next door neighbor’s Holden in the middle of the night.

Even more fun seeing their face in the morning.
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ah have heaps of friends with VT ones in their VR-VS. They seem to be very popular with the thiefs as well :)
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i have fitted the AUs on My ED. IMO they are much better looking and they are not from the opposition! who puts a Holden Motor in a ford? nobody does, nor should they stick holden repeaters on the side a beautiful Ford

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I have been wondering for ages whether the side-repeaters of the BA will fit in like the AU ones. I have AU ones on my ED, but they stick out a little too far for my liking (still look good though). Has anyone fit the BA repeaters to their EA-ED? If so, please post pics.

Oh, while I am posting here, does anyone have problems of water/fog getting in their AU side-repeaters? One of mine does it on cold days - fogs up. Not tight enough?

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i put siloken on mine, no problem yet and its been like that for 5 months
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