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Your truck looks like a terminator now. Very nice!
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That comment made it worth the work that is awesome thank you sir
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i have always wanted to put a projector in my headlights since im such a fanatic with hids but last i remember seeing was you had to vacuum mold hot plastic around the projector to hold it in place. have i been under a rock the past few years and now all that holds the projector in are 3 screws or is there a part during the fabrication that i missed?
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i have always wanted to put a projector in my headlights since im such a fanatic with hids but last i remember seeing was you had to vacuum mold hot plastic around the projector to hold it in place. have i been under a rock the past few years and now all that holds the projector in are 3 screws or is there a part during the fabrication that i missed?
It all depends on the after market projector you buy, there are some that you just cut you your existing reflectors and then the projector itself is threaded with a jam nut and it holds itself like that.

http://www.theretrofitsource.com/pro...roducts_id=236



but you can also buy other projectors that have mounting tabs that you have to use screws and fabricate mounts inside of the base

http://www.theretrofitsource.com/pro...roducts_id=101

it just comes down to how you feel comfortable mounting them in your housing.
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