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Looks like a precision reflectorectomy.
 

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was a bad experience..
headlight out
bake 6 minutes on 250 degrees
open headlight
amber corner out
paint interior of the corner
seal the headlight with silicone
and wait to dry.
 

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good looking, but i think i will stick with the reflector.
 

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I'm happy with my overlays. Took me about 5 minutes to apply them, cost 12 dollars from BlueBatmobile.com
 

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Yea that seems like alot of work, screw that i would just get the overlays
 

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I baked the headlights on my Supra in '98 to get the permanent haze out of them. I was the first Supra owner to do this to my knowledge. I posted about it on the MkIV list, and ever since, I've heard of guys baking their headlights to split them apart. (Then they stick them back together with silicone, how will they EVER come apart again if they need to????).

The parts department sells the black string Toyco uses to seal the lights. It's less than a buck. They sell it for taillight installs because the taillight needs to be sealed and the wires have to go inside. It's cheap and easy to apply, and it comes apart EASILY with about 150 degrees of heat (I wouldn't go up to 250, I'd be too nervous about melting it).
 
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