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Old 05-24-2012, 12:49 PM   #15
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Many thanks to all that replied. I will try the polishing and also look for the part numbers on the lense as well.

Assuming you don't want to go with the polishing method, once you find the part number, your options for replacement will be staggering. Not only will you be able to buy exact replacements, you also be able to buy any number of aftermarket upgrades.
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Old 05-25-2012, 01:22 PM   #16
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Thank you for the follow-up reply and I will give you suggested process a whirl. I have done lens restoration work on some pretty bad lenses and started with 1,000 grit then 1,200 then final sanding with 1,500 grit, and then proceeded to use a 6" buffing wheel using BlueMagic Headlight Lens Restorer and the results have been great. But all that being said, I want to try your method with urethane clear coating which should provide a better protection layer and minimize the need for followup buffing work as I have had to do in the past.

Thanks again for the great idea and Happy RV'g.

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Old 05-28-2012, 01:14 PM   #18
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Thank you for the follow-up reply and I will give you suggested process a whirl. I have done lens restoration work on some pretty bad lenses and started with 1,000 grit then 1,200 then final sanding with 1,500 grit, and then proceeded to use a 6" buffing wheel using BlueMagic Headlight Lens Restorer and the results have been great. But all that being said, I want to try your method with urethane clear coating which should provide a better protection layer and minimize the need for followup buffing work as I have had to do in the past.

Thanks again for the great idea and Happy RV'g.

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Everyone can buff till their heart is content but they will turn yellow again and again so i hope you try this..... if you were close i would do it for you so you could see the results first hand
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