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Old 05-07-2002   #1
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Just need a headlight cover

Anyone know where I can pick up the plastic lens cover for the headlamp assembly? I just need the clear lens part and all i can find is the whole headlamp assembly.

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Why not just do it yourself for $5???DIY
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i dont think he is talking about clearing his headlights....i think hes looking for the lens byitself
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yeah that's why i need a new lens cover, while clearing the lights my bozo friend screwed it up,

you think Honda carries just the lens cover? I don't wanna buy the whole headlight assembly
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OOhh[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif[/IMG] What did he screw up?? Did he scratch it, get glue all over it, or just plain break it????[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG]
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He tried to clean the lens with acetone, (what a dumbass) and now my lens is Fogged up permanently,

Well I can't get mad at him cause he was helping me clear them out, but he's still a dumbass!
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LOL that really sucks man, maybe honda has it I dunno maybe one of the other members have a extra light laying around.

Hope everything comes out all right

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Sorry dude, you'll have to get the whole headlight. It's only sold as one piece. Maybe if you knew someone in the manufacturing plant then you could get indivudual pieces that go into the production of the whole part. That's why I didn't clear my headlights. That and the holes left over after taking out the amber piece.
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yea, same thing happened to mine. I called honda and asked and they said i dont sell just the lens. the headlight at honda is like $200 for each one. what a rip. get it on ebay used for like $50
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FOR THE CHEAPEST PRICE ON NEW HEADLIGHTS TRY 1001HEADLIGHTS.COM AT $113 EA.
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hey thanks. the sites pretty cheap. about 50% off the honda dealership, but about 200% as much as on ebay.
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