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    Probably do not need to do anything right now but

    would like to see if there are anything that can be fabricated to strengthen the original design of the adjusters. I am guessing they are not the same as the US adjusters.


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    Thanks Jon


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    Re: Probably do not need to do anything right now but

    The Euro adjusters are made with the typical BMW recycled plastic and usually break easily with age. The adjusters on the Euro headlights on my #1 car are fine but I did purchase a full set (3/headlight) from Gault as well as the special installation tool for future insurance. That generally means I will never need them. The adjusters on Canadian8ers J-spec 91 were all broken probably due (I suspect) to worn out headlight absorbers and Japanese road conditions. All better now and the full procedure to replace the adjusters can be found on e31faq.com.


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    Got any more of those headlight shocks?

    I totally forgot about those. Also How much was the euro adjuster set?

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    US stuff huh.. I like euro myself :>


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    I Like my Euro set up better :: :>


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    Re: Headlight part

    Hi Jon: Found this post of yours in the archives. Do you still supply these collars? I'm in the process of updating my headlights on my '95 850Ci and already broke one of these parts. If not, can you share how you made the parts and your source for materials?

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    Shoot me an email and I will send you the instruction sheet.

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    Re: Headlight part

    I still have some available from stock out here in the West Coast Warehouse if you need some and Jon cant help.


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    Thanks, Jon just sent me an e-mail and still has them available.

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    He is, indeed, the best source. 8-)


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    Re: Headlight part

    Hello Jon,
    I am having this problem with my headlights. Does anyone have a a kit for this?

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