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Back again:

The OCI glue was the retrofitters industry-standard for years until Morimoto’s RetroRubber came out. It’s back again by popular demand from those who don’t like the harder, more OEM-like consistency of the RetroRubber and prefer the softer OCI. Whatever you prefer, we got it!

Usually:

The original glue will suffice – but if you’re having moisture problems, or want to definitely avoid them: here’s the answer. OCI is an automotive supply company out of Florida well known for their quality solvents and adhesives.

Enough:

Each order is for one roll, which has more than enough to re-seal two large headlight assemblies if not more.

How To:

Each roll comes in one long strip that can be cut to length with nothing more than a pair of scissors. From there, stretch it out until you reach the perfect thickness to fit right between the channel in your headlight housing.

Color:

Apply the strip into the channel on your headlight housing, press on the front lens, heat (265F for 7 minutes) and press the two halves back together. After cooling, slice off the excess with a razor blade for a clean, OEM-perfect seal.

Assurance:

We have been doing this for more than a decade. If you are still unsure of what to do, where to go, or just plain have questions, don’t be shy. We are always here to help you in every way that we can and will continue to keep helping out until you fully understand the entire process from start to finish. Remember, we are people too, and everyone starts off the same way with knowing nothing so we completely understand if this is overwhelming for you as we were in the same boat. So contact us and we will get you started towards the right path.

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