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Here's a photo of the Headlights and fog lights covered with the static cling tint.

Also I converted my fog lights with HID lights, heres a few photos of them. What I ended up doing was ordering a H11 kit and modifing the base of the bulb so that it would fit into the existing Foglight then with a hot glue gun attaching it to the base.




 

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Been there and done that. The cheap plastic front lense is going to get a melt/hot spot near the bulb.
 

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Here's a photo of the Headlights and fog lights covered with the static cling tint.

Also I converted my fog lights with HID lights, heres a few photos of them. What I ended up doing was ordering a H11 kit and modifing the base of the bulb so that it would fit into the existing Foglight then with a hot glue gun attaching it to the base.







Looks nice Kerry,good job.:bandit:
 

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Those covers look incredible on a black car - Very Nice !!
 

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Here is a look at my tinted lights!!! I think it looks good with any color combo!
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Here are mine... But these are the XPEL... I'm not sure if with the XPEL you will get melting ??? They are pretty thick.. Anyone have any info.. ??
 

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nice job Kerry. What are those..50%? I used 20 or 30. Still need to install/tint the fogs.
Hi Keith,

These are 5% I don't recommend using these at night. Even with my 55watt HID lights it's pretty dark at night.
 
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