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Read a few searched posts from people who have had a bit of trouble sourcing these, checking scrapyards and such for broken lights.

I have found a decent solution.



The cover on the left of this picture, is the cap/lid from a 25 litre barrel of TFR chemical :)

It is a VERY close fit, simply give it a bit of a sand, squirt some black sealant around the outside, and push into place.

Simples :)
 

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. . and the sealant is soft enough so that when you need to change a bulb you can get the cover off ?
 

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It was today when I took that photo after swapping a bulb ;)

I originally did this when converting the front end, but had to change a bulb so took a photo today :p
 
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