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Old 05-07-2011, 06:25 PM   #1
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Need new Head light covers

We have a 1998 Damon/Daybreak on a Ford Chasis. We need to replace the 2 front headlight covers. I am assuming it is gonna be a Ford product headlight. Does anyone out there know where can get them?? Thanks..

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Old 05-08-2011, 09:52 AM   #2
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Almost all headlights now are single piece "bucket" with lens and reflector sealed together. You replace the entire thing. If the problem is that the lens surface is "fogged" /yellowed/scratched, there are kits you can buy to refresh the lens, or you can pay to have it done much cheaper than replacing the entire headlight buckets.

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Use the 3M kit ($18 at Wallmart)... takes some time but not hard and they'll look like new

ps... I tried a cheaper kit from Harbor Freight but I knew I was in trouble when the solution it came with melted the rubber gloves from the kit
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Old 05-08-2011, 03:56 PM   #4
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We have a 1998 Damon/Daybreak on a Ford Chasis. We need to replace the 2 front headlight covers. I am assuming it is gonna be a Ford product headlight. Does anyone out there know where can get them?? Thanks..
Look at the head light lens it should have a number on it. Most the head lights used in Motorhomes are made be TYC this is a after market company, then look it up on the internet. I had a 2004 Damon Intruder and the head lights was from a 2000 Llincoln LS my 2009 Fleetwood Bounder has lights from a 2001 Grand Cherokee.
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