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Ya i found it just twists in. my bad im used to seeing clips to hold em in
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Ya i found it just twists in. my bad im used to seeing clips to hold em in
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does anyone have anymore output pics? how wide is the low beam?
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Dustin has a few somewhere.

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its pretty wide, the only pic i have though is the one posted above
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now since you have done the headlamp swap i got a question. the dude on the camaroz28 forum didn't cut his bumper but cut into his radiator support. You didn't cut the radiator but cut bumper. Looking back do you think either way is a better way than the other?

Personally to me it seems better to cut your bumper than the radiator support
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to do a halogen c10 swap you do not have to cut anything besides the headlight bar.

to do projectors you have to cut the radiator support because of the depth of the projector in the assembly.

you do not have to cut the bumper at all if you prefer not to. Kyle and I wanted the bottom of the headlight to be recessed below the bumper to line up the inside of the housing to the bumper. its just a clean look compared to not cutting it. and it fits a little better under the hood when you can move it down a little
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gotcha i didn't think about mounting depth from projectors
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