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eagle10
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« on: October 04, 2006, 01:21:15 PM »

I read this idea from the board somewhere a few days ago so I thought I would try it. I thought about buying new lenses for my Eagle 10 but found I would be spending over $150. I took all the lenses off and cleaned them up with emery paper. clear coated them and put bright reflective   tape on the inside of the light unit. IT really made a difference in the brightness and looks. Thanks for the idea fellow bus nut.
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« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2006, 04:15:09 PM »

You're more than welcome. It is absolutely amazing the difference the tape makes.
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I read this idea from the board somewhere a few days ago so I thought I would try it. I thought about buying new lenses for my Eagle 10 but found I would be spending over $150. I took all the lenses off and cleaned them up with emery paper. clear coated them and put bright reflective   tape on the inside of the light unit. IT really made a difference in the brightness and looks. Thanks for the idea fellow bus nut.
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