What did you do to your RL today

Old 07-08-2019, 09:37 PM
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Originally Posted by truonghthe View Post
don't you worry, I used Opti-lens as a sealant.

wet sand with 2000 grid then moving up to 2500 grid and finish with 3000 grid. I then buff the headlight with M105 (you can touch up with a 205 if needed) and do the final touch up before applying Opti lens coating. Sorry those headlight restore kit will never get my money.
Opti lens coating... holy crap... they are proud of their product, I found some at parts geek for $69.99 Didn't expect that.
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Old 07-09-2019, 03:24 AM
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They actually look pretty good!
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Old 07-09-2019, 12:36 PM
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Actually was Sunday, but I replaced the broken fog light glass for about $15 ($2.50 for plate glass, $8 for glass cutter, $5 for silicone caulk)

Broken fog light glass

Removed bumper. 12 plastic fasteners and 6 screws.

Remove assembly from bumper. Used pliers and screwdriver to remove remaining glass.

Cut a new glass from a 9/32" plate glass. Edges were slightly jagged but doesn't matter.

Clear silicone as adhesive for glass.

All done
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nice job!
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