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Re: A warning about high watt lights
A 3M plastic sheet covering will prevent damaged lights in most cases, BE
REAL CAREFUL of the thickness you use (keeps too much heat in and will crack
the lens (sometimes)..............
From: Paul R Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Friday, March 06, 1998 4:45 PM
Subject: 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
>Paul Anderson:Please send any direct mail to my private address as I
>keep up with the list very well.
> Private email AndersonPaul@juno.com
>On Fri, 06 Mar 1998 18:18:31 GMT email@example.com (Phil
>>In message <firstname.lastname@example.org> "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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