Set of white turn signal lenses EU R & L (NEW) - SOLD

Wladek

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Hello,
have for sale one set of new/never used, very nice aftermarket turn signal white/transparent lenses, European version: 1x Left & 1x Right.
Condition - new, 100% perfect, no cracks or scratches.
I planned to put them in my car, but decided to go with classic amber lenses.
Photo with fitted on chromed frames - just to show you that all fit well, chromed turn signal frames are not for sale.
Price incl. worldwide shipping with registered priority post letter.
Payment PayPal.
Any questions - please PM or write here.
Thank you!
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Beautiful, and tempting! I have a new set of European amber lenses that I planned on using, but these are quite nice to look at. :)
 

Gary Knox

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If you install the Euro lens on a US car, you will probably have to cut off part of the reflector for the bulb (I had to do this when i installed a set of clear front turn signals with yellow bulbs - I spray the crown of the yellow bulbs with silver paint, so they do not show yellow unless they are lighted).

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I also bought the clear lenses and found the reflector was too big. That's why the USA lenses have such a large bulge in them. I also don't like the "fried egg" look when amber 1157A or 1156A bulbs are used behind clear lenses. My 2001 X5 has clear lenses also. I found 1157 and 1156 bulbs that had a chrome finish that was amber when powered up. But they were not very bright. Then I found Sylvania Silverstar 1157A ST that has a chrome/blue look and are bright amber when lit up. They look very nice behind those clear lenses. Now, where can I find or modify my old reflectors since the bright finish is not very bright anymore.
 

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Drew,

Buy some chrome or bright aluminum adhesive tape. Cut a piece the size of the reflector and stick it on. Works on both the front turn signals and the rear brake/stop/backup light reflectors.

Gary
 
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