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Looking for Tail Light
Written by revconprince on 12/13/2011 at 06:27 pm

Save all the pieces. It is made from ABS and can be solvent bonded with MEK.
Solvent bonding is strong and if done well, can hide the crack. I repaired mine
after my parked Jeep jumped attacked the rear while I was backing up.

--- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "Gib" <gibinmich@...> wrote:
>
> Maybe you could patch it? A few years ago I poked a hole in my suv tail light
and because it was a one piece full length lens the shop replaced the whole
thing and it cost $800. Yikes! I kept the damaged lens just incase it happened
again and maybe I could use it as a patch. Anyway, the shape and color of the
lens is similar to the PC tail light. If someone was creative enough I think he
could graft a piece of a car lens into the PC unit. It might not match but it
would work.
>
> --- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "pogomann2002" <dedge@> wrote:
> >
> > Hey Gang,
> > I'm in the market for a tail light assembly. Mine had a meeting with a shelf
in the shed....bad sound! New OEM's are available for $190 with shipping but I
want to see if there is a lower cost alternative in the group. Miss Bliss is a
'95 so I'm not sure if an '89 will fit but I would assume that all other years
are OK. Looking for the center taillight assembly not the turn housings.
> > thanks Pogo
> >
>

Message Thread for message #109638

pogomann2002
12/13/2011, 04:07 am
Looking for Tail Light
Hey Gang, I'm in the market for a tail light assembly. Mine had a meeting with a shelf in the shed....bad sound! New OEM's are available for $190 with shipping but I want to see if there is a lower cost alternative in the group. Miss Bliss is

    gibinmich
    12/13/2011, 01:20 pm
    Looking for Tail Light
    Maybe you could patch it? A few years ago I poked a hole in my suv tail light and because it was a one piece full length lens the shop replaced the whole thing and it cost $800. Yikes! I kept the damaged lens just incase it happened again and

      revconprince
      12/13/2011, 06:27 pm
      Looking for Tail Light
      Save all the pieces. It is made from ABS and can be solvent bonded with MEK. Solvent bonding is strong and if done well, can hide the crack. I repaired mine after my parked Jeep jumped attacked the rear while I was backing up. --- In