umbertob said:Try searching for "amber" instead of orange and you should get plenty of hits on this forum for front and rear headlight modifications. The front ones are harder as you need to separate the lens from the cluster by softening the glue in an oven, see this thread for a nice writeup: http://rangerovers.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=27574, the rear ones can be done with long needlenose pliers and/or a thin screwdriver (by carefully "breaking" the amber lens through the light bulb socket opening, if I remember correctly...)
Standard work fine. Procedure:carlos50 said:Thanks for the extra pictures, it helps to see how they will look.
When removing the broken reflectors how long with the pliers need to be?. I haven't got any and will by specifically for this task so want to be sure the ones i get are long enough.
That will work fine, Your jamming the pieces against the opening then hitting em iwht a screwdrive to break into smaller pieces, you can do it fine with small needle nose.carlos50 said:Hi payne
I have a pair of needle nose pliers that have a 3" tip (6" in total but 3" of rubber handle aswell) i assume these will be ok for the job of getting into the bulb hole and removing the broken reflector?
I definitely don't want to take the lamps apart, i will be careful when breaking the reflectors up to minimise the scratches.