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hay all

Well its a sunday 2moz and its a day of rest for most but its a play day with the vw for me lol

Well the paintwork on the golf is silver so im doing it all black an silver EG rims lights etc

Well i want to paint / spray the insides of my headlights black

have any 1 done this to a golf if so any 1 gt and pics and tips for me,,

i know how to remove the light, wack them in my oven to soften the glue to split

any 1
 

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you need to smash the glass and replace it apparently.

search on here joey mod. its been done a million times before [Y]
 

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did mine,just used a hairdryer on then to soften the glue, really didnt fancy seeing them at gas mk9 !
This doesn't work on any OEM VW healights,only on aftermarket ones.

Chris.
 

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just been having a good read now it it look like im better off getting a second pair of headlights to start with, so thats my first job now and then ill have a crack it,

once i got some lights ill put ip a progress page up with piccys
 

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did mine,just used a hairdryer on then to soften the glue, really didnt fancy seeing them at gas mk9 !
This doesn't work on any OEM VW healights,only on aftermarket ones.

Chris.
hmm,prety sure mine are still the original ones chris, seemed to work ok, mind you golfs have glass light lenses,bora;s are plastic,maybe thts why it worked
 

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i bought extra 2 lights.

so i had two passenger and two driver

smashed the back off one kept the glass

smashed glass off one and kept the back

not as easy as it sounds mate it was a right pain in the bum !!

GOOD LUCK YOULL NEED IT
 
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