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Old 08-15-2013, 03:13 PM
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Looks good! IS that dirt or a melt spot on your cluster? You may want to check the bulbs to make sure someone hasn't installed brighter ones that are melting the light tunnels. Also the rear axles you put in are homo-kinetic, which does make later replacement easier. However some have had the bolts tat secure the axle portion to the "can" portion to have come loose. In a couple cases catastrophically. So Either keep an eye on them, or perhaps take out the bolts and lock tight them and put them back in.
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