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Old 01-07-2002
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Projector...Problem?

I just put my projectors in and the driver's side fits pretty flush, but the passenger's side, there's a lot of room left underneathe the lights and the side of the bumper is kinda roomy, too. Anyone know what's wrong and what I can do to get ride of the gaps? Thanks.

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try to push a little more in..i wanna one of those too.
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mine are the same. thats the way they are made
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After market parts are never as good as OEM when it comes to fit...
One of my altezzas is more flush than the other

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My CF altezza's fir perfect.
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