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#11
Thanks for all the comments and advice guys
I think I am going to try wareagles way with the double sided tape and silicone. I might even try hot glue aswell as sincity drifter suggested just to see what works best. Use this body as a test.
I think my tint on the lights is to dark to see them anyway, so they are only really going to be there to hold the lights in place.

Thanks again
Paul
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#12
Looks fierce! Awesome shell!
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#13
Here's a few pics of light buckets installed using clear silicon to seal them. The silicon turned yellow on the car with white backing, but it didn't effect the paint at all, still looks good on the outside and it's been on there for about 8-9 months now. Doesn't really matter how neat you make it, you don't even know its there when the body is on the chassis.

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#14
I like it..
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#15
Thanks for the pics mate looks like a good way to do it
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#16
Which evo x body is that? Yokomo?
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#17
It's the HPI EVO
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