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I grafted supra rear lights in the bumper of a 95 accent I'm currently working on for a customer. I shaved his stock lights all together, and then grafted the supra lights right underneath. As far as the front f a tib, you could do it...BUT...you would need to do alot of modification to the hood, the fenders, the front bumper, fabricate custom light brackets, and then find a way to be able to align them. I'm think the radiator would get in the way too, because the supra lights are a little longer than tib lights. So you would have to find a smaller radiator, and then fabricate a radiator support to hold it in place.
It's ALOT of work, but if your heart is set on doing this mod, then get alot of money saved up, and good luck finding a reputable shop somewhere near you to do the work. If you're in Cali, you shouldn't have any issues finding a plce to do it. Good luck. <img src=/images/forums/snitz/wink.gif width=15 height=15 border=0>
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