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Old 06-03-2015, 09:34 PM   #1
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Headlights 2005 Triple E Motorhome

looking for headlights for noted motorhome on workhorse chassis. triple e does not know part no or where I can find replacement. my rv shop cannot locate either, have checked everywhere and no one seems to have info. glass lenses has become cloudy and unable to clean. any idea where I can find lens or headlights. think it is complete assembly.

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Old 06-03-2015, 09:46 PM   #2
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Almost all exterior lights on MH's seem to be from production autos and trucks. My headlights for example are from 2004 Jeep Liberty's. Find numbers on the existing lights and start searching using Google. You may get lucky right away.
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Has nothing to do with workhorse....

Like these?

Lincoln LS or BMW 5 series? Hard to tell from that image...
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Old 06-03-2015, 10:21 PM   #4
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Talk to Willy at Triple e. My unit is older and he told me my headlights are from a Buick. Can't remember the exact vehicle. He's very knowledgable.
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I used a company called Headlight Doctor that came out to my coach and sanded and sprayed a proprietary clear liquid on my headlights about a year ago. They still look brand new and have a lifetime guarantee on mot fogging up. Cost was about a hundred bucks. They also did my Saturn lights that were worse than the coach. Same on those. If you can find a dealer near you it would probably be a lot less than headlight replacement.
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RVC123;

Two items:

1) When I google, I often look at "images" instead of "web". If yo haven't done this before, do the search, then look just below the search window and click on "Images". I just googled "Headlights 2005 Triple E Motorhome", when I scrolled through the images I seen a lot of headlight assemblies.

2) If they are fogged or hazed, I use a product that I got from Walmart that does a great job. I believe its actually a fine polish. I bought a small bottle of it a few years ago ($6.80) and have done 6-8 cars with it, and still have 1/2 a bottle left.

BLUE MAGIC 725 Headlight Lens Restorer, 8 Oz, Bottle, Blue - Walmart.com

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Check on your headlight for any reference, for instance on my Monaco it's written TYC 20-5824-00, if I google this it tells me it's from a Nissan Pathfinder

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looking for headlights for noted motorhome on workhorse chassis. triple e does not know part no or where I can find replacement. my rv shop cannot locate either, have checked everywhere and no one seems to have info. glass lenses has become cloudy and unable to clean. any idea where I can find lens or headlights. think it is complete assembly.

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looking for headlights for noted motorhome on workhorse chassis. triple e does not know part no or where I can find replacement. my rv shop cannot locate either, have checked everywhere and no one seems to have info. glass lenses has become cloudy and unable to clean. any idea where I can find lens or headlights. think it is complete assembly.

URGENT,NEED HELP

thank you

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As stated by others, you can google the DOT number on the lens and find new ones that way. Also, I found a restoration kit at Canadian Tire made by 3M that consists of 3 grades of sanding discs and polishing compounds. It works very good on any plastics.
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I also have a Triple E and would be interested in where else they are used. Mine are fortunately still in good shape. There is a thread somewhere here called "Just for fun: Headlights from smaller vehicles to RV.."
You could check there.
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If you have your original paperwork from Triple E, they should be listed - who made them.
Otherwise Mothers makes a good lens cleaning solution and you can get "HAND" polishing pads. DON'T use power as you can burn the plastic.
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