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Old 11-21-2012, 09:47 AM   #25
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Well I can officially say that depo headlights for the E36 are the worst thing I have ever experienced. Both lights broke while trying to clop in the DEPO corner lights and after closer inspection I see now that it's the actual molding pushing out against the corner light that cause the crappy and very brittle plastic to break.

Trying to work something out with the ebay seller but I'm not going to hold my breath. I will probably just have to pony up cash for another set of lights that most certainly won't be DEPO brand
Hmm interesting, most people break them trying to take them off by prying the clips to much...


I didn't have any issues with mine and I've taken the corners off a few times, you just have to be careful with what you are prying as it's plastic. However, I can't remember mine were depos or dj auto. Maybe you got the cheaper ebay depo reps (haha reps of reps) that people talk about.
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