The headlights are from a 92 Nissan 300 bought on eBay. All the rubber was removed and a 1/8" gap was
created around the light in the fiberglass opening to provide enough space for a nice,
flexible fit. The trick to installing the headlights for me was to use the factory bolt holes and
fabricate brackets mounted to the chassis. The bolts are 8mm x 1.25 thread. I drilled out the front
studs and welded a nut in their place. Brackets were welded to the chassis and all-thread bolts with
adjusting nuts were used to fasten the light. With a nut placed both above and below the mounting bracket,
the lights can be adjusted up or down in any of the four corners. Now I just hope the
left-to-right placement of the light is close enough!