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monty_rm

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Post #51
Anyone got any tips for getting the Valeo ones apart?! Mine went from rare to medium to well done, and the adhesive still wouldn't budge. There are little plastic clips instead of the metal one, and you can't unclip them Unsure

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Posted 13th Jan 2007 at 20:28
gilesy

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Post #52
I had to get a hot air gun onto mine, I had plastic clips too and it was mega hard to get the adhesive undone. Ballache to the max, they are still reverse engineered in my locker at work.

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Posted 13th Jan 2007 at 20:36
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Post #53
I think they look alright as they are..... Whistle

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Posted 13th Jan 2007 at 20:38
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Post #54
has anyone tried this on phase 2 headlights (non-crystal ones)? I'm very tempted, but it might look poor being plain.

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Posted 14th Jan 2007 at 23:10
petegti6

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Post #55
Can't see any point in doing Ph2 ones No

Anyone got a pic of the valeo lights so i can see how they are put together?

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Posted 15th Jan 2007 at 12:36
dafunk

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Post #56
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Anyone got any tips for getting the Valeo ones apart?! Mine went from rare to medium to well done, and the adhesive still wouldn't budge. There are little plastic clips instead of the metal one, and you can't unclip them Unsure


I've done exactly the same, the buggers still won't come apart. I've broken a plastic clip whilst loosing my patience with the damn things Angry Dry

I think the Valeo crystal lights are a hell of a lot better put together than the Depo knock offs, so getting them apart is naturally going to be that much harder.

Still trying to get some ideas together on how to get them apart, I won't let it beat me Dry

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Posted 15th Jan 2007 at 16:51
LRV8

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Post #57
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Can't see any point in doing Ph2 ones No

Reckon it will still look pretty smart... there is still an unused shiny bit inside- just harder to see with the lens being on the glass.

My sister's old P1 light's shiny bit has gone black through rust and looks much improved!
Razz

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Posted 15th Jan 2007 at 17:03
petegti6

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Post #58
Perhaps the valeo ones use a different type of sealant then....?

They are quite hard to get apart but once you get a screwdriver inside they should budge...?

Pictures of the Valeos anyway please!

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Posted 15th Jan 2007 at 17:24
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Post #59
adms, move to faq please ! very usefull stuff Smile

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Posted 26th Jan 2007 at 10:00
petegti6

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Post #60
FAQ FAQ FAQ FAQ !!!!!!

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