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Old 03-29-2011, 06:34 PM   #86
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lol, many ways to skin a cat. its cool to see all the ways we can make this work and then share, i love this place.
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Old 03-29-2011, 09:02 PM   #87
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lol, many ways to skin a cat. its cool to see all the ways we can make this work and then share, i love this place.
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Although I'm not good enough at modding and sure as hell not as courageous as many people on this forum at tearing the car apart, I do enjoy the many options wonderful forum members bring and just having this community is amazing!
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:19 PM   #88
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Great step by step write up. Will be using this and now I AM REALLY HOPING I have a plug. Can't wait to get home to see my vin number.
Thank you for your feedback. It is actually easier just to pop the cover off on the side fuse panel to see if the connector is waving at you.
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:20 PM   #89
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Order sent through Patrick... he said you guys should be getting more blue abl lights in a few days.

Can not wait to try this at home!!!

and I'm ordering the trim removal kit too haha. thanks for that tip

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Old 03-29-2011, 10:20 PM   #90
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:21 PM   #91
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i posted this in ofer's thread, thought i would post here also, might help.
i purchased some 1/4 in weather stripping, put i along the trim, and raise or lowered it in areas. This is to hold the rod and in turn, the rod create to proper gap needed. hope this help, kinda crappy vid, but oh well

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Actually this is not really a crappy video. That is awesome, lol.

I can't actually snap my panel in, in the very center, or it will close too much and be darker. Does this weatherstrip allow you to snap it in, in the center, while providing a spacer? Thank you for the video.
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:30 PM   #92
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Actually this is not really a crappy video. That is awesome, lol.

I can't actually snap my panel in, in the very center, or it will close too much and be darker. Does this weatherstrip allow you to snap it in, in the center, while providing a spacer? Thank you for the video.
hello Gene, the weather strip does not make the space(gap), it holds the light tube up so it doesnt sag down in the middle, the weather strip holds it up (light tube) and therefore the light tube itself creates the gap

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Old 04-02-2011, 12:36 AM   #93
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hello Gene, the weather strip does not make the space(gap), it holds the light tube up so it doesnt sag down in the middle, the weather strip holds it up (light tube) and therefore the light tube itself creates the gap

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Old 04-02-2011, 12:43 AM   #94
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gahh... I ordered my parts 4 days ago (29th) and it was out of stock. Patrick said new stock would come and it would be shipped in 2-3 days, but they still haven't been shipped

I know I'm being unreasonably impatient, but I want to do this to my car soo bad!! hahah lol
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Old 04-02-2011, 09:34 AM   #95
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gahh... I ordered my parts 4 days ago (29th) and it was out of stock. Patrick said new stock would come and it would be shipped in 2-3 days, but they still haven't been shipped

I know I'm being unreasonably impatient, but I want to do this to my car soo bad!! hahah lol
Our standard practice on this instance would be 2-3 business days to get and 24-48 hours to ship. We're still within that time frame. Should you want them sooner, you'll need to pay for the expedited service and we'll be happy to accompany that as well.
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Old 04-02-2011, 05:43 PM   #96
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Our standard practice on this instance would be 2-3 business days to get and 24-48 hours to ship. We're still within that time frame. Should you want them sooner, you'll need to pay for the expedited service and we'll be happy to accompany that as well.
Ahh I see. That is not exactly what I was told in the email

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Got it. I should have more in 2-3 days then we will be shipping right out
I assumed "right out" would you know mean right out lol

But it's not like I'm complaining or trying to start an argument or anything... it's just it looks so cool in the pictures I can't wait to do it myself

So hopefully I'll have it soon!
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Ahh I see. That is not exactly what I was told in the email



I assumed "right out" would you know mean right out lol

But it's not like I'm complaining or trying to start an argument or anything... it's just it looks so cool in the pictures I can't wait to do it myself

So hopefully I'll have it soon!
We normally do ship it right out. I just add the 24-48 hours in there to give us a cushion.

At any rate, this thread is for discussion on the ABL mod. If there are any further questions or concerns, please call us.
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We normally do ship it right out. I just add the 24-48 hours in there to give us a cushion.

At any rate, this thread is for discussion on the ABL mod. If there are any further questions or concerns, please call us.
Thanks for the help on the phone

Can't wait to install and post pics!
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Can't wait to install and post pics!
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So... I got all my parts in

I'm just confused about the vinyl tubing. I read what I have to do like 5 times and it's just not clicking. Could you explain the use/ what I have to do with it a little more in depth?
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Old 04-05-2011, 08:29 AM   #101
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So... I got all my parts in

I'm just confused about the vinyl tubing. I read what I have to do like 5 times and it's just not clicking. Could you explain the use/ what I have to do with it a little more in depth?
In order to attach the light tube on the far passenger side, you need to take the LED lamp out of the GM holder. Once I did that I sealed the metal contacts and resistor up with liquid tape.

You then take a small piece of vinyl tubing to attach the GM LED to the light tube.

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Old 04-05-2011, 02:07 PM   #102
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So... I got all my parts in

I'm just confused about the vinyl tubing. I read what I have to do like 5 times and it's just not clicking. Could you explain the use/ what I have to do with it a little more in depth?
hello bro, see above post and also this one, look at the 2nd pic, after you take off the housing, all you have is the led (with wire and resistor) slide a small piece of clear tubing (1/4 tubing) only about 1/3 inch long, over the led and slide the rod into the tubing also, so they are held together
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