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|06-27-2015 11:27 PM|
There are several people that have new lights on eBay...but they are costly.
If the rubber is completely gone, it will need to be replaced. As for what I did...mine were sagging and cracked. I used a piece of this round metal to support it and pushed it in as far as it would go...similar to the Bic pen fix. Then I coated the rubber several times with black Plasticote which can be bought at Walmart. Looks pretty good and worked pretty good.
I ended up putting some cheap LEDS on the back.
|06-27-2015 01:14 PM|
Originally Posted by Andrey Koltsov View Post
|06-27-2015 12:28 PM|
actual "repair" of that, not happening. the turn signal is available as a replacement part. also lots of options for aftermarket as well.
there are some methods out there to use items like a bic pen body to go inside and strengthen, as well as one method I seen actually cut the bad part out of the signal stalk, and connected the signal ball to the mount. in effect shortening it.
|06-27-2015 11:00 AM|
Rear left blinker rubber piece
Any idea on how to repair/replace the rubber piece on this blinker? As you can see, I've got a temporary solution going on here.