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Re: Headlight covers, Griot's or Stongard???
James Marriott wrote:
> Griot's sells the 0.040 in. thick stuff, while Stongard sells the 0.080
> in. thick stuff (costs twice as much, but much cheaper than a new
> eurolight). Application: '87 4kq with 55/100 H4 bulbs.
> Has anyone using the 80 had problems with rapid-toast bulbs ($10 each,
> whoops!)? How about using the 40 and _still_ having a light get broken?
> Here in Idaho we don't have as many rocks as the Denver area, but I did
> get a star in my seven-month-old WS last weekend, about 2 in. to the
> right of my eyeballs. :-(
> Life is a series of compromises. More data would help me to compromise
> more effectively.
James, I have the Griots jobs installed on my 200, they are great. At 40mils (the
whole damn millimetre!) they look pretty sturdy. No overheating problems either,
and I am running 80w lows and 2x100w highs in each headlight.
Also a tip: if your 4000 eyes are as narrow, as those of my 200, you can get away
with buying just one and cutting it in half along it's longer side. Worked
perfect for me!
'89 200TQ - 18psi (TAP)
'97 A4TQ - on the boat