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Hey, I am looking for someone to install my HID kit on my Gen6 Camry that is located in Orange County and can come to me. The person has to know what they are doing and especially know how flap down the squirrel spotters. If you have installed HID's before and live in Orange County (714 or near), please email me or leave your info behind. I will pay cash. Thanks
 

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Hey, I am looking for someone to install my HID kit on my Gen6 Camry that is located in Orange County and can come to me. The person has to know what they are doing and especially know how flap down the squirrel spotters. If you have installed HID's before and live in Orange County (714 or near), please email me or leave your info behind. I will pay cash. Thanks
hey flyguy. do a search on the threads, you will find a bunch of do it yourself HID threads, especially on pushing down the squirrel spotters. Save your money and do it yourself. It should take less than 45 min.
 

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Hey, I am looking for someone to install my HID kit on my Gen6 Camry that is located in Orange County and can come to me. The person has to know what they are doing and especially know how flap down the squirrel spotters. If you have installed HID's before and live in Orange County (714 or near), please email me or leave your info behind. I will pay cash. Thanks
hey flyguy. do a search on the threads, you will find a bunch of do it yourself HID threads, especially on pushing down the squirrel spotters. Save your money and do it yourself. It should take less than 45 min.
Please remember that simply "pushing down" the squirrel spotters will not give you that clean cut-off line (which produce "glare") You will need someone who know how to "cover" that squirrel spotters hole completely. I cutted a piece of soda can then used JB Weld to cover up the squirrel spotter.
 

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Please remember that simply "pushing down" the squirrel spotters will not give you that clean cut-off line (which produce "glare") You will need someone who know how to "cover" that squirrel spotters hole completely. I cutted a piece of soda can then used JB Weld to cover up the squirrel spotter.
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Good man. :)
 
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