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2002-2006 Mini Cooper Smoked Headlight Covers

Discussion in 'Vehicle customizing' started by Rvinyl.com, Dec 10, 2013.

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    Rvinyl.com Member

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    Hey everyone I hope your Tuesday's going well. We just got a bunch of rebate submission photos of a precut headlight kit installed on a 2002 Mini so, naturally, I did a blog post and threw them up on YouTube. If you take a look you'll see our customer (who now has tinted headlights and received a $20 rebate refund on his purchase) hand-trimmed the headlight tints because they are normally designed to cover the entire light. Not my cup of tea but he did a nice job. So, check it out and let us know what you think.



    http://rvinyl.blogspot.com/2013/12/customer-installation-photos-of-mini.html
     
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    Flexin Admin Staff Member Founding Member Top Event

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    Where did they trim it? Does it normally cover the chrome trim? Is that chrome trim under the light lens or is that on the outside? I would have to see one without being trimmed but that one looks good to me. I really like it.

    James
     
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    James,

    Thanks for the complement. The headlight kit usually covers the "glass" of the lens. Looks like this customer modified it to give it a custom look by bisecting it.
     
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