He has them again.did you get a pair? I hope you did. because I just got some of eBay about 5 minutes ago. Looks like he had 8 pair at one time. I don't usually buy from peeps with any negative but I wanted these bad. I also have spent over my allotment this month on my E. but again these are kind of hard to find. Maybe he will have more later. this is the link to the page I got them off of. I will let you know if they were worth the $20 i spent. http://www.ebay.com/itm/311308509165
I'm glad you guys are keeping track, but I believe it's against forum rules to post direct ebay sale links, and they will get deleted. I think you are okay to post the seller names as text though. Maybe keep a running list of them.
Here's the info, practicing what I preach.Just saw them again:
I think this is the ebay item number. Im mobile right now, so i cant do this properly.
Thx dude, finally got 1. One left folks!
Glad you guys got in. It popped up on one of my other Element searches. Oddly enough, this thread didn't send me any reply notification, lol. Irony.Thanks for keeping this on the radar.
Must be Monday as I'm having a brain fart too.If you have the same problem with these that I usually have (lens eventually falls out), you might try baking these open and re-siliconing them. It depends on the manufacturer. I don't remember any names, but I think you can tell by the edge around the lens: silver built-in, black (pictured), grey (I think I saw grey ones one time). Also there are two lens types: reflector (because Im brain farting on the right word), and plain clear (reflector only in rear of housing, not lens). Regardless, use clear silicon and TINY bead. I ruined a previous set with too much silicon. but i did successfully bake them open following headlight DIY, on a black edge set.