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Old 30 Jan 2011, 07:07 pm
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Red face Halo headlights

Hi guys :-) I'm a very fresh cruiser and i've decided my first project is to get my baby some new headlights... any suggestions on Where the best places to go and if it's a do-able task for a newbie to take on would be appreciated
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Old 30 Jan 2011, 07:13 pm
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You can get custom headlights from ebay and most of the PT websites. If you want halo headlights you are going to have to make them yourself because nobody makes the halo lights for the PT.
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Old 30 Jan 2011, 07:21 pm
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if by chance you have fog lights and would like to change the fog lights out that have the changing halo rings you can find them at Welcome to BlingLights.Biz
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Old 30 Jan 2011, 07:23 pm
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if by chance you have fog lights and would like to change the fog lights out that have the changing halo rings you can find them at Welcome to BlingLights.Biz
Yeah,for some reason they make halo foglights but not headlights.
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Old 30 Jan 2011, 07:26 pm
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my guess would be COST,maybe they think there is no market out there now the the cruiser production has stopped
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Old 30 Jan 2011, 07:27 pm
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hey buddy, welcome back. lol a while back some had posted this vid but i can't remember what the thread was called but i found it on you tube. if you have the right tool you can do it. but you are kind of a priss so i don't know. lol jk. but if this seems to be to much you could also buy some stuff to clean up the headligts and then maybe buy a clear adhesive sheet to cover the head lights so they dont get all gross again.
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Old 30 Jan 2011, 07:29 pm
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my guess would be COST,maybe they think there is no market out there now the the cruiser production has stopped
I dont think they ever made the halo headlights though,even when the PT was still in production.Somebody could have made a lot of money if they had made them.
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Old 30 Jan 2011, 07:36 pm
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see like this Amazon.com: Meguiar's G1900K Headlight and Clear Plastic Restoration Kit: Automotive but if your gonna do this you may want to invest in a buffer, or a drill so you can get like a buffing thing to put in it. cuz doing this by hand takes forever. but you get to tone your arms in the process. lol
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Old 30 Jan 2011, 07:40 pm
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hey gkid1983 look where you are posting headlight restoration --in the halo headlights thread
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Old 30 Jan 2011, 07:41 pm
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see like this Amazon.com: Meguiar's G1900K Headlight and Clear Plastic Restoration Kit: Automotive but if your gonna do this you may want to invest in a buffer, or a drill so you can get like a buffing thing to put in it. cuz doing this by hand takes forever. but you get to tone your arms in the process. lol
You can also take them to a body shop.Some body shops will sand and polish your lights followed by a clear coat.This method looks better and lasts longer than the restoration kits.
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