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Old 12-11-2012, 11:15 PM
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Default Sleepy Eyelids - How to attach them?

Greetings,

I bought some eyelids for my 2005 NBC and they are more dome shaped than the headlamp lenses which are actually rather flat.

I'm going to have to figure out some kind of modification. Only the top edge of the eyelids come into contact with the lens, so the wind will be able to get up underneath which will certainly lift them off.

I saw some posts around our forums about eyelids, but nothing specific and no pretty large pictures.

Have any of you had this issue with eyelids?

I don't want to put them on just to have them blow off the first trip down the road--

Thanks bunches
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