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Old 02-19-2018, 12:31 PM   #1
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My updates, 2nd set of wheels, rear wheel spacers, DIY tail light

I decided (at least for now) not to buy any of aftermarket tail lights. Instead of this I ordered LED bulbs with no polarity issue,

AND I added LED stripe in section where the fog lights are. They work as normal position lights, together with normal one in the middle, also Fog lights works normally, Bulbs are behind the stripes.
Pictures are below.
What is your opinion? Let me know.

I can provide details, if someone interested it was cheap and not so complicated project. stripes are installed on aluminium shaped carrier.

I also got new set of wheels from one Boxster which I re-sold, new owner did not wanted them. Its 19 inch, I think they look good with car and colour combination.

And for now last,..... wheel spacers, for rear wheels, 15mm. Picture shows diferences with and without. For front wheels I decided for 10 mm but I do not have them yet.





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Old 02-19-2018, 03:23 PM   #2
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Cool

Love the wheels. Great color combo in my opinion. Post another pic when you have the spacers all around.
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Old 02-21-2018, 01:57 AM   #3
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Nice looking work. Can you post the part number for the LED Bulbs you used?

I did my tag lamp already with led and have a led kit for the inside on the way be nice to hit the external bulbs.
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Which wheels are they? they look great!
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