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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-30-03, 08:25 PM Thread Starter
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my ea dosnt have side indicators and im converting itto an EB look a like and i want those side indicators, how do i cut the holes and wire up my side indicators?? is it to hard to do ???

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Re: side indicators

I was also wanting to ask a similar question. I have side indicators on my EBII, but I want to get clear ones. Ive been told AU Fairmont ones can be put on. Are they just glued on?

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i put au111 idicators on my eb
go straight on but round other way (backwards)
or just cut the lug off and urethane them on
they don't really look any better on a stock eb tho
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Nothing to it they clip on.

If you were making your EA a EB, buy the EB molds. then your hole doesn't have to be perfect.. :)

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Re: side indicators

I Put Later Model Clear Ones On My Na,cut A Hole To The Shape Of The Rear Of The Light Assembly Into The Mould After Taking It Patient Or You Will Make The Hole Too Big,then Drill A Hole Into The Guard For The Two Wires To Go And Feed Them Up Over The Inner Platic Guard Covers,then Splice The Wires Into Front Indicators.when You Are Sure That They Work Ok Silastic Back Of Light After Doing Same To Hole In Guard Did Mine 12 Months Ago And Still No Problem.
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Re: side indicators

If you put AU side repeaters in so they just click in, you are puting them in backwards.
You have to modify the clips to fit them in the right way.
I have BA indicators on my ED XR6, they are set in like on the BA, it took a bit of fidling but they came up looking a treat.
The BA Repeaters are also more slimline than the AU, they dont stick out as far.
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