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Re: A warning about high watt lights

Do they not chip seal the highways in the UK?
Here in Wyoming and surrounding areas, the highway dept.
will prolong the life of an asphalt highway by spraying it with tar
and spreading gravel on it.  Then they let traffic pack it into the
blacktop and blow it off the side of the road  (No rollers and
sweepers)  This is the source of most light and window chips
around here.

Paul Anderson:Please send any direct mail to my private address as I
keep up with the list very well.
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On Fri, 06 Mar 1998 18:18:31 GMT quk@isham-research.demon.co.uk (Phil
Payne) writes:
>In message <s4ffd7c7.042@hlthsrc.com> "Eric Renneisen" writes:
>> For those of you running high wattage bulbs, you may want to avoid 
>> the StonGard-type lens protectors. I've got 80/100W bulbs in my 
>> H4 euros with StonGard sheets to protect them. A few weeks ago 
>> one of the lenses cracked in half.
>100/170w, no StonGards, no cracks.
> Phil Payne
> UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club

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