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Old 10-28-2013, 02:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Canadian Hemi Pride View Post
All of my friends who have purchased aftermarket, espeicially ebay headlights have all had this issue. It is always recommended to silicone the edges for a proper seal because they do come with a crap seal.. My one friends dakota actually had about 2 inches of water in it at 1 point. Was planning on buying a goldfish for it
A goldfish in a headlight, now there's a good mod! Haha. Yeah, I figured there was a reason they were cheap. I will silicone the seal when I get a chance and hopefully that will be the end of this problem. I don't have a lot of experience messing with the headlights, so I assume the edges I need to silicone is where the lens connects to the plastic headlight with the clips?
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