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Re: Headlights on mid-80's 5000
RE: sealed units are cheaper to replace... OY! For the single lens type the
local *salvage* yard wants $175!
I need a right side for an '87 5k. Anyone out there have a source?
At 07:54 AM 10/2/96 -0700, Arun Rao wrote:
>On Oct 2, 9:36am, Andrew Duane USG/PE wrote:
>> Subject: Headlights on mid-80's 5000
>> Does anyone out there with the dual-lamp-per-side headlight setup
>> on a mid-80's 5000 have comments on the lighting?
> The ones on my '85 5KT work OK, but I don't know if I'd use
> any superlatives in describing them. I always thought the
> "trapezoidal" flush-mounted jobs were better.
> My '91 200Q has flush-mounted headlights, too (slightly
> different-looking ones) and they're just fine as
> far as I'm concerned (I believe this is a minority opinion,
> The sealed beam units are a *lot* cheaper to replace, though.
> '91 200Q (47K)
> '85 5KT (130K)
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