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Dylans3960ccs 08-28-2009 04:43 PM

fogging headlights . . .
 
I think that my headlights are starting to fog-up so what's the best headlight restore kit that can be used with a drill?

NHWK05 08-28-2009 05:28 PM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
Just have them buffed, my friend did his just like you would on a faded paint job and they are crystal clear now.

mjl2610 08-28-2009 06:04 PM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
Fog up as in moisture? I had my two replaced at "350 a piece", although i doubt they were that much, at the time by the dealer compliments of my warranty. :thumbsup:

Redsand 08-28-2009 06:06 PM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
use meguairs plast-x, it works great...the only downside is you have to re-apply every two weeks or so. But that's still better then droppin the $$$ on new headlights. I just bought a new set of headlights for my jeep cause I got tired of doing it lol. a pair for a ZJ is only like 40 bucks haha

Im sure you WJ and WK guys have to pay a considerable amount more a new set.

Dylans3960ccs 08-28-2009 10:33 PM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
not really thanks to the surplus of parts that cash for clunkers provided . . . saddly

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Originally Posted by mjl2610 (Post 53445)
Fog up as in moisture? I had my two replaced at "350 a piece", although i doubt they were that much, at the time by the dealer compliments of my warranty. :thumbsup:

One of my front headlights has moisture, but I mean when you see 99 wj that's lights are all yellowish/clowdy.
http://www.rocketcityrockcrawlers.co...WJ/WJPoser.JPG

NHWK05 08-29-2009 07:24 AM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
If you use teh right compounds and polishes you can buff them back to life permanently. Not just a one week thing.

You can also get new ones off ebay for pretty cheap money.

dreamer1213 08-29-2009 12:58 PM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
Just go to eBay and buy a new set...they aren't expensive...you can get chrome for like $80 shipped, your same headlights for $80ish shipping, and the Special Edition and later Laredo headlights, the black ones with the clear turn signal, for about $120ish...if I remember correctly...

That's the least amount of trouble, and you'll have brand new lights that outshine those faded ones by a mile...if they are fogged up on the inside....don't even try...

Dylans3960ccs 08-29-2009 01:02 PM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
these are my headlights.

http://i588.photobucket.com/albums/s...60/Jeep001.jpg

DAVY27 08-29-2009 01:07 PM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
dylan u taken care of the headlight issue yet??

Dylans3960ccs 08-29-2009 01:11 PM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
it's only been one day.

dreamer1213 08-30-2009 06:50 AM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
The don't look that bad from the pic...how bout a close up to show the fogging?

Dylans3960ccs 08-30-2009 11:21 AM

Re: fogging headlights . . .
 
I don't think that they are fogging yet lol, it must have just been the light that day I looked at it from a-far.

this is all good to know though :D.

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Oh and Hannes that's an old pic hehe, these go back to when I joined SJ :lol:


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