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Date:         Sat, 6 Mar 2004 18:37:09 -0600
Reply-To:     tom ring <taring@TARING.ORG>
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From:         tom ring <taring@TARING.ORG>
Organization: Tippen Ringware
Subject:      Re: Front Turn Signal Bulb Holder
Comments: To: Dennis Oost <oost4@ATTBI.COM>
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Once you replace them, make sure you drill weep holes on the bottom rear of them so they don't fill again. Been there done that.


On 6 Mar 2004 at 16:00, Dennis Oost wrote:

> I have an "86" vanagon, 2.1, water cooled Wolfsburg. > The front turn signal lenses had filled with water and corroded the > contacts on the bulb holders. I am looking for replacements for these > parts. Wires, clip ends, and lenses are still good. I need just the > plastic bulb holder with the metal contacts. Any sources you may know of > would be appreciated. > Dennis >

------ Tom Ring K0TAR, ex-WA2PHW EN34hx 85 Westphalia GL Albert 96 Jetta GL The Intimidator

"It is better to go into a turn slow, and come out fast, than to go into a turn fast and come out dead." Stirling Moss

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