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Old 06-24-2016, 12:36 PM   #1
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Where can I get these headlights?

Looking at the pictures here, you'll see that one of my headlight lens is fogged. Don't know why, but only one is bad, the other is ok. I'd like to replace it and it seems I have seen another brand (maybe Bounder) that looked like they use these same headlight lenses. Any idea where I might get replacement headlight housings?
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Look of the lens for the DOT number then google that number it should tell what vehicle they came from.
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I'm sorry I can't help in that search. As a commercial auto part salesman I sold this 3M kit to shops because it works well and lasts for years and years. If you use this kit, It will look just like new for a long time.

3M Headlight Restoration Kit - Walmart.com

It will save a bunch of $$ if you get this kit.
If not, best of luck in your search and travels.
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Headlights for 2003 Airstream Landyacht - Airstream Forums
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I can't help with identifying the lights either but I have used Turtle Wax Scratch and Swirl remover on my car lights. They came out looking new. I think the bottle was only about $7.00. That was about 4 months ago. We'll see how long they last.
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Aren't those '87-'91 F150 headlights?



The Landyacht ones in the link above look a little rounder, and don't have the chrome.
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