looks good. Install is about 5 minutes or less a side. Completely plug and play. My recons leaked like a mo fo and ended up shorting out. Needless to say every recon product I owned had issues so I just had my factory lenses blacked out.
There was a pretty detailed write up but its fairly easy with time and patience.
Remove assembly from truck, and remove all pieces possible(i.e. bulbs and connectors)
Preheat oven to 250*F ALWAYS REMEMBER TO SHUT OFF OVEN WHEN ASSEMBLY IS INSIDE.
Put a large piece of cardboard on oven rack, and place assembly on top
I started with 5 minute intervals, but made it up to 10 towards the end.
Everytime you remove assembly from oven turn oven back on to 250
Every interval start trying to pry clear lens from back assembly, don't worry you wont break it.
You'll eventually get them apart. Once you do you can remove reflector from chrome bezel.
With a scotch brite pad scuff the chrome bezel and reflector.
Paint/VHT whatever you like, I VHT painted the reflector and satin black painted the bezel.
You'll need some sort of epoxy to seal the assembly back together
******REMEMBER TO CLEAN THE INSIDE OF THE HOUSING REAL WELL*****
Don't forget to windex the inside of the clear lens or you will have dirt/fingerprints and well your screwed unless you pull them back apart.
It took me 7 hours the first time and 5 the second time around
I know Ebay sells our whole assemblies in the "Harley" style for pretty cheap. If you don't want to disassemble your OE lights you can buy a second set from Ebay and try those out for your first attempt.
Otherwise I know a few guys on here do them but they can take a few weeks and a few bucks
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