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What do we think of these then guys?...

dan_a3 Apr 20, 2007

  1. dan_a3

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  2. Sinny71

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    They look alright to me, subtle and not to chav.
     
  3. Dave B

    Dave B REALITY?.... WHERE AM I AGAIN?.... WHO AM I AGAIN?

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    not sure a little too plain however may look the part depending on the colour of your A3
     
  4. j4g3d

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    just go for facelift ones mate them ebay ones will end up looking ***** i bet.
     
  5. ChriS3

    ChriS3 hud at ye bam

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    Not too chav, but chav none the less. OEM is so much better.
     
  6. DPM

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    They're not 'new to the market' either, had them in for years! I'd stick with OE!
     
  7. ChriS3

    ChriS3 hud at ye bam

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    I know you sell these Damian, so forgive me if I sound a little harsh. There's always going to be a market for them unfortunately. Most of the time I see lights like that on Saxos/Corsas/106s/Civics/Fiestas/etc, and most of them have a dubious fit, bulbs not working and dodgey wiring. Looks are usually subjective. OE kit fits and works well and looks like it should be there. Far better, IMO :)
     
  8. nezzi

    nezzi New Member

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    is there anywhere that sells facelift rear lights? except the dealer as i imagine they would be expensive. or is it just a case of trying to get them on ebay?
     
  9. dan_a3

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    Lucas make them, you should be able to get them from any good motor accessory shop. Part no's are LPS688 and LPS689. (N/S and O/S)
     
  10. nezzi

    nezzi New Member

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    cheers for the part numbers mate. i work in a motor factors and we deal with lucas so much cheapness for them.
     
  11. dan_a3

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    No worries mate, i also work in a motor factors and was going to get them from work but i found them cheaper on ebay germany. I think they was about £60-£70 quid for the pair on there. Maybe if you lot are direct with lucas they might be cheaper, as we go through an agent.
     
  12. nezzi

    nezzi New Member

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    we are like yourself mate, we go through a agent aswell mate but i think its like 80quid for the pair. so but the same by the time you add postage
     

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