get the torx screws... they have a smaller chance of being stolen than the regular screws. I feel ya man, someone jacked my bumper lens too but the funny part was that they only took one side!
Again, a bastard to remove should a bulb burn out. Let's be practical people.strils said:you could put solder in the head of the also , noone will be able to get that out unless they are carying around a battery powered soldering iron
it is practical if you own a soldering iron, only you can heat the solder back up and whick it out to get the screw out, you wont have to worry about getting them jacked thats for sureGSR said:
Again, a bastard to remove should a bulb burn out. Let's be practical people.
GSR said:Caulk is a bad idea because not only will it look gross if someone sees it, but what if a bulb burns out? Then you gotta go through all that trouble of getting it off.
New bulbs should not be $50. Don't buy them from your local dealer, goto the speed shop (import hookup shop). You should be able to get two big blinker bulbs and a set of the smaller indicators in hyperwhite for less than $30 or so.
A torx headed screw is a very good idea. Most people don't even have a torx screwdriver let alone carry one around on them. I would go get a couple of the same diameter torx screws and put them in. In fact I think I'll go do that myself a little later too.
You better knock on wood, tomorrow one of your bulbs are gonna burn out and you're going to feel liek an ass . Caulk seems like it's taking it a bit far.DB8B18B said:
its all good because caulk is white and i have a white car. it isnt even noticeable unless you walk up to it. corner bulbs (i have yellow ones, not hyperwhite) should last a long time, so i would only have to go through that kind of trouble once in a long while
You better knock on wood, tomorrow one of your bulbs are gonna burn out and you're going to feel liek an ass . Caulk seems like it's taking it a bit far.