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Old 07-01-2011, 09:35 AM
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Re: LED halo or CCFL?

here ya go: http://jeepgarage.org/showthread.php...t=halo+install

hardest part will be getting the headlights apart. iirc there was a member who tried to open his wk2 headlights but no luck. probably with the same unheatable sealant on most of the 08+ wk1.
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Re: LED halo or CCFL?

Thanks, will check it out!

From what I remember, we used to bake the lights in the oven (lens up) for about 20 minutes on 250F. It worked like a charm and nothing was damaged, but many others weren't as fortunate. Baking plastic headlights in an oven seldom turns out well unless you really know what you're doing...
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Re: LED halo or CCFL?

LED's are the way to go.

CCFL if you really want an insurance claim...lol
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