Re: [DML] Flipping Headlight Buckets Upside Down
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Re: [DML] Flipping Headlight Buckets Upside Down



It's helluva lot easier to cut a couple of notches with a Dremel tool than it is to dig around inside the fascia trying to find screw holes (been there, done that).

Isn't it a given that every single modification I make to my car meets with your disapproval? Why waste bandwidth on what is already predestined?

Of course I am still driving the same DeLorean I bought in 2002. Can Martin say the same?

Bill Robertson
#5939


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <martin@...> wrote:
>
> On 16/11/2011 20:46, content22207 wrote:
> > You have to cut two notches in the underbody, not the fascia, for the raised areas around the adjusting screws to nestle into. Only takes a minute or two with a Dremel tool. Before regular detractors' brains explode: you're at the edge of the underbody already and the notches are only 2 or 3 inches wide.
> >
> > Work smarter, not harder.
> >
> 
> Now that's comedy right there.
>




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