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Dome Light Covers

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by beefcake83, Jul 22, 2000.

  1. beefcake83

    beefcake83 1/2 ton status

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    Anyone know a good source for the dome light covers? Even the parts guy at GM had no luck looking it up. - Gary

    Gary Graham
    '83 GMC Jimmy 350 'Beefcake'
    Eielson AFB, Alaska
     
  2. BlazerGuy

    BlazerGuy 3/4 ton status

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  3. jim82

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    I got my new ones at Autozone. They are made by the "HELP!" brand that makes all of the generic little fasteners etc. They are usually on display, vaccum packed with red packaging.
     
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    rocko 1/2 ton status

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    Junkyard.. and it fits in your pocket. :) lol lol

    It's better to Have IT than to not need it, Than to Need it and NOT HAVE IT !!!!
     
  5. 90K5

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    The ones at Autozone dont work they always fall off.

    90K5
     
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    I accidentally broke one of mine and never got around to fixing it. I just decided to take the other one off too since the lights are so much brighter without them.

    Joe
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  7. CruisinK5

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    The easiest and cheapest ones top get are the ones from Autozone but as someone else said they fall off from time to time especially while offroading.

    "Have you driven over a ford lately?"
     
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    A little dab of strip caulk will hold them tight!
     
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    They are listed as being $3.95 in the new LMC catalog. I can't believe that the dealer couldn't find one--then again, maybe I can....
     

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