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head light washers

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by bwbski, Dec 9, 2003.

  1. bwbski

    bwbski

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    anyone ever add this feature to a US 100 series? if so how hard was it to add this feature and how much did the needed parts cost. thanks a lot
     
  2. Landpimp

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    cost about a buck......and the bum usally does the windows :D
     
  3. Hltoppr

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    I know www.cruiserparts.net has them for the 80 series in both non-functional nozzles and kit form. I think the kits ran about $500 to $600, not including install.

    I think for that $$ I can wash my own headlamps for awhile... ::)

    -H-
     
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    i saw those kits at cruiserparts but was also unimpressed with the price for a nozzle that just squirts on my headlight(how much is that gonna clean anyway?).
    now if they were those mini wiper arms like on some mercedes vehicles,that would be worth the price of admission....naw,way too much bling :eek:

    doug
     
  5. toyotaman

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    I've been driving in the mud and the muck for a few years now, and the only time my headlamps were covered with mud enough so as to render them unusable was when my 'buddy' spun out his tires and made a rooster tail of mud aimed directly at my front end.

    I don't see a need for headlamp washers.

    BTW, who the heck would purchase a "non-functional washer?"