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Date:         Sun, 2 Apr 2000 13:24:40 +0100
Reply-To:     Hubert Wetekamp <hubert.wetekamp@T-ONLINE.DE>
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From:         Hubert Wetekamp <hubert.wetekamp@T-ONLINE.DE>
Subject:      Re: Clear front turn signal lenses?
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Hello Arlen,

> So, is there anyone else out there that may know if these are available > elsewhere? Someone in Germany perhaps? Anyone going to Germany in the > near future? Any help will be appreciated.

this clear lenses are produced in a special run, but are still available. Actually, I don't know, if they are DOT- approved, but they have the european approvement. I have to check on my own lenses about the DOT.

You can find some stores here in Germany, who carry them, but I don't know, if they sell world-wide.

Here are two URLs:

If both will fail, I can try to buy them and put them in my baggage, when I come over in august. From where in Oregon are you? I will arrive on august 21 in Los Angeles and travel together with an friend up to Eloquin for the event at the Train Mountain Museum the next weekend.

Hubert from Germany with clear front turn signal lenses and the amber parking-light in the signal light (illegal in Germany, but looks really great for us here)


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