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Old 01-16-2005, 12:46 PM   #1
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painted side view mirror housings...

Anyone know where I can find these? perhaps, say, in true blue?

I'd love to have 'em.. they've gotta be rare, eh?

probably don't even make 'em..
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'03 Cobra mirrors you mean?

www.BuyFordRacing.com has them prepainted for you.
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Old 01-16-2005, 02:52 PM   #3
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ther is a guy on ebay that sells these for like 150 shipped or something
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pm that guy i saw on 3.8 that he had got his from ebay
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i got mine for 150 shipped from juvifan1 and they worked out great, but non painted.
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advanced auto and get some sandpaper,primer,paint, and clear


after im done with the 88...i think ive went thru about 8cans of primer so far
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You gotta treat plastic different when painting.
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advanced auto and get some sandpaper,primer,paint, and clear

nope, your gonna need a good adhesive promoter and also you will have to sand the mirror alot to get rid of that texture it has (i know i know, you can get a thick *** poly primer, but thats doesent look perfect either).
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Plus, with alot of plastic pieces, they flex in the heat and cold and that can crack the paint if you don't have a flex additive in it.
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Plus, with alot of plastic pieces, they flex in the heat and cold and that can crack the paint if you don't have a flex additive in it.
yes thats why all plastic pieces and polyurathane pieces need to have flex
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geez...nobody noticed the 2 smileys i had...i was only playing
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geez...nobody noticed the 2 smileys i had...i was only playing
yeah i know you were playing but i would not want enyone to take that seriously
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It is actually pretty easy to do yourself I will see if I can find the how to thread that I used on my old mustang
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I didn't! 56k. Don't have time for them to load up.
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