Hardware for parking lights

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    What is the correct hardware for 70-72 banana park lights? Was it a Phillip screw?
     
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    yes
     
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    those are correct, the rubber bumpers shown are not correct .my original were not on car ,i used these and trimmed to fit. the screws that originaly attached lens had knurled shoulders ,not really necessary. i do have those on the set on car along with polish stainless trim . i had two sets of lights that i refurbished the ones pictured are extra .
     

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    Those assemblies look exceptional for OE. Are you using OER trim on them?
     
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    i glass beaded them and used a silver base (epoxy first ) that's looks similar to bare aluminum and then cleared the housing they were pretty straight( ones in pics and on car) the lens are from trimparts in pics. the stainless trim on the car were pretty nice they are original GM i polished them the lens on car are original GM that i polished also.
     
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    What did you do for the reflective silver?
     
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    i used a base coat from BASF , i put hardener in it for durability and so i wouldn't have to clear. diamont D121 base
     

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