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Blue_Jaggon
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Jul 19, 3:30pm - #29146 
Interesting Day

Today i attempted to red out my taillights. It wasn't as easy as I read. Anyway getting the taillights out was a pain in the ass and when i taped everything and started to spray i did too much and too close then i had to take it all off with alcohol b/c it smudged and i lost so many screws & shit to the pieces in the back of my car. So before there more disaster i just put them back and messed them up a little bit, but they're alright. I should just stick to stereo work lol.

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Steven
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Steven
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Riverside, CA
Jul 19, 5:32pm - #29147 
just make sure you put your screws all in one place when you take stuff off your car.

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Grand-Touring-Dan
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2001 Spec Blue Toyota Celica
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Jul 19, 5:55pm - #29148 
Its all good. At least you tried. Now you learned for next time. thumbsup

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2001 carbon blue Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Danbury, CT
Jul 19, 7:03pm - #29149 
one word, organize! draw a diagram if you need to. most mods are very easy if you just take your time and plan what you are going to do before you do it. rice thumbsup


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PBCelica02
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Pacific Beach, CA
Jul 19, 7:19pm - #29150 
diagrams can help, but I just lay stuff out in a "mental" diagram. practice makes perfect! thumbsup

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Maxx
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College Park, MD
Jul 19, 9:35pm - #29151 
always read directions, when the can says "spray at least 8-10" away" it's a good idea to!


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Milford, NJ
Jul 19, 9:36pm - #29152 
it's ok dude!


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Blue_Jaggon
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Jul 20, 7:23am - #29153 
I know everything was planned. I read articles, post all week. But nothing works out for me and i was so worried about screwin up my new car i just got, i got thrown off. Hey, it worked on my friends pathfinder pretty good lol.I'll try again some time i do other things to my car or maybe ill just get vinyl from BlueBatmobile. I know now to take my time and know everything first.

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