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It's been damn cold in VA so I've been tinkering with my SS.
Noticed that the rear was goin crazy with Led's so I didn't want the front feeling left out!
Couldn't just glue some walmart lights on it and call it custom, so I went the extra mile, whatcha think?
Cool whites against the halogen's has a nice contrast but HID's are on the short list but for now this will do.
I've got some other bit's and pieces to finish up first "hint" Rear Hugger?!

By the way, Yes! I realize the other headlight isn't on. (for all you smarties:smuggrin:) Didn't feel like stayin late to put it in just couldn't wait to see how it looks!:D
 

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Yes each one individually :wacky: but thats what it took to make it appear factory.
 

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Surprised nobody noticed the SS logo in the center of the inner headlight bezel on the close up? (last pic)
It's got an LED behind it to illuminate the logo but no finished with that yet.

I'm going to post some pics of my rear hugger this evening in another thread.
I thought I was the only owner interested but it appears theres some need.
 

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You post would have been helpful if they didnt have 10,000 items .
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Ordered bulk from these guys a while back and since then they have changed there site.
I agree it has become a bit difficult to navigate since they've added an additional 9000 items:woot: ha!
I'll get back in there and locate the link for you and post up later.
 

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I've done it a few times;) Helps to grid it out and you've got to take your time!!
 

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SuperBrightLeds is a great company. Best part is I don't have to pay shipping because they are 5 miles down the road.lol

I've ordered quite a bit from them for personal and work and they are great to work with.
 

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SuperBrightLeds is a great company. Best part is I don't have to pay shipping because they are 5 miles down the road.lol

I've ordered quite a bit from them for personal and work and they are great to work with.
Yeah good stuff/great prices ever had a problem they would replace immediately!

Just finished up today, I like it!!
 

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Since I had the dash taken apart I installed a hardwire kit for a GPS unit and also added some interior lights.
Remote controlled with a bunch of colors and fancy flashing patterns, pretty cool.
Got all the lights now so I hit up Slingmods for a 3 pack of there switches, which worked great!;)
 

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