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Old 01-09-2006, 11:05 AM
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Angel Eyes

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If you are looking to do the Angel Eyes yourself, see Angel Eyes Tips and Tricks

To have them done for you there are several vendors that offer solutions to adding Angel Eyes to your 2000 through 2003 BMW X5. Starting with the facelifted 2004 X5's, Angel Eyes became standard equipment. Note that if you have a 2003, for that particular model year BMW started using new sealants that are nearly impossible to crack. So if you want AE's on these model years, first consult with one of the vendors listed below to see what this means to the overall cost of the project.

Sources for these are:


http://www.miautodesign.com (973) 458-9295

Mobile Innovations uses AE-equipped headlights from the e39 5 series to create AE's for the X5. An expensive solution, but it gives you the closest OEM look possible.



http://www.umnitza.com/ - click here for pictures



http://customangeleyes.com/



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