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x_00trepes_X35 said:
Thanks man.

Just gettin ready to order some new ones from Keystone Chrysler tommrow....
Your going with the OEM replacments? How much is the stealership charging you for those? I went with the Black Diamonds for around $160 for both..
 

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$45 a piece? Damn the price has come down since I was looking to buy some a few years back. I was getting thru a body repair guy who can get them for the same cost Dodge Dealers could and he was still going to charge me $100 per, which was a deal for OEM.
 

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x_00trepes_X35 said:
The OEM are going to cost me $45 a piece.

Those were taken at the Bank One on Santa Fe and Mur-Len in Olathe near the Wal-Mart and Hen House...
Ever considerd to just wet sanding them and polish it up with some mild compound?
 

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RJ said:
Ever considerd to just wet sanding them and polish it up with some mild compound?
Have thought about it but I think its water condensation. I dont know if anyone else who has hazy hedlights has noticed this but every time I wash the car the headlights look brand new. After a few minets of not being in the actual wash they return to their "normal" hazy look.
 

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that is due to very minor surface scratches that the water covers over get some buffing compound it will help believe me
 

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That's just the look of anything when you wash it. I almost miss the glass lights from the 80's cars.....yeah they were ugly as hell, but easy and cheap to replace, and also stayed clean. Nice Trep!
 
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