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Old 04-22-2013, 08:36 AM   #1
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Default ABC HOBBY 180SX BODY HELP

Hey guys, finally got my abc hobby 180sx in the mail. Im new to this type of body. when mounting my flip up lights, do I have to cut the square out and mount the lights in from underneath? im confused on what to do.

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Did you end up figuring this out? I now have one of these bodies but it doesn't make sense how to mount the lights.
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yes you cut it out and put the open light through the inside leaving extra lexan for soo goo do you have the up light buckets? if yes then after cutting the light you insert the on light bucket from under the body through the hole and leave extra lexan for gluing
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