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Old 02-20-2017, 06:08 PM
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Originally Posted by freman dave
Looks awesome and I definitely want to do this as well. I also have the factory LED's. I assume the housing has to be taken apart? Is water leakage a concern post re-assembly?

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Thanks! Yes you need to take them apart to do this. As long as it's done right and sealed back up properly nothing to worry about. That's why I had a pro do it
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Old 02-20-2017, 07:36 PM
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Look good. Disappointed you didn't use me though
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Old 02-20-2017, 07:45 PM
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Look good. Disappointed you didn't use me though
Sorry buddy, you were my next choice but he gave me a great price! Your work is great too!
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Old 02-20-2017, 08:11 PM
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Sorry buddy, you were my next choice but he gave me a great price! Your work is great too!
Haha it's alright. I give fellow forum members a pretty good deal. Thank you!
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What is the going rate for something like that?
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What is the going rate for something like that?
Shoot me a message
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Looks awesome.
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Looks great! I take it you have to find a pair of the first gen LED's that are serviceable so the components can be removed prior to heat applied?

I really wish wish Ford would use the black/gray heads on the sport models from the factory like they did from 11-14. Now they only come with the SE package.
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Old 02-20-2017, 10:01 PM
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Looks great! I take it you have to find a pair of the first gen LED's that are serviceable so the components can be removed prior to heat applied?

I really wish wish Ford would use the black/gray heads on the sport models from the factory like they did from 11-14. Now they only come with the SE package.
No these were the sealed units. They can be done without hurting the components inside. Does not get hot enough.
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No these were the sealed units. They can be done without hurting the components inside. Does not get hot enough.
good to know! May have to look into this if I end up going with the Lariat.
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