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johnnyd



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Wipac Crystal Halogen Headlamp code for Eurolites deflectors

Does anyone know the code for these headlights on the Eurolites sheet for beam deflectors? Obviously the defender code on the sheet will be for the old original headlights.

https://www.paddockspares.com/pm678-wipac-...ralia.html 2008 TDCi 2.4 XS CSW

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johnnyd



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Or can anyone tell me roughly were they should go on the clear lens with no markings on it at all lol

JD 2008 TDCi 2.4 XS CSW

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Bluest



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If you park in front of a wall with the lights on, you can easily see the part of the beam that kicks up. Just need to muck about with tape until get the right bit. Be warned, whatever the electrical tape was that I used to mask my crystals, ate into the plastic and left tiny crazed line behind.

They are so cheap, I'd almost be tempted to get a second set of right hand traffic headlights for going abroad. 2007 110 TDCi Station Wagon XS

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Mo Murphy



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Any good to you Johnny ?
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johnnyd



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Hi Mo

Just the ticket.......did you do the same on both sides?

Thanks very much

JD 2008 TDCi 2.4 XS CSW

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johnnyd



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By that I mean exactly the same, rather than did you just do one lamp LoL

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JD 2008 TDCi 2.4 XS CSW

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Mo Murphy



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Yup both the same. Lucky I left the glue on there Rolling with laughter
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csw110



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here you go. Ignore the old bold bloke behind the truck. Very Happy

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johnnyd



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You've used the whole of the sticky, not just the circle? Are they just drawn on?

JD 2008 TDCi 2.4 XS CSW

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csw110



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Used it all, parked in front of a wall and stuck them on to cut the beam. Cool second time we went over the water we didn't bother with them. Embarassed

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