Lighting deflectors

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  1. milpol1

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    I have a Peugout 2011 Elldis 155 sunseeker, we are travelling to europe in January........................What do we do about deflecting the front headlights as I cant see where I would put any deflection material. Any help appreciated, thanks in advance


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    chances are if you put beam benders on the plastic headlamp lenses, you will be stuck with them...or at least the adhesive.

    it attacks the plastic, probably due to heat from the headlights, and cant fully be removed.

    many folks buy headlamp protectors and fit them with beam deflectors.
     
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    White spirit does it for me,even after 3-4 mths ::bigsmile:
     
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    no personal experience but just repeating what has been posted in the past.

    i stand corrected :thumb:
     
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    Hi, we got some of these: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FIAT-DUCA...2006-TO-DATE-TOURING-CONVERTORS-/251332039162

    I was told if you had your headlights on for long periods with anything stuck to the plastic headlight lenses they get very hot and might crack, whether its true or not I don't know.::bigsmile:

    But they do protect your headlights and tell you where to blank off for europe.:thumb:

    Our last motorhome had a switch behind the headlights, but then that was a Mercedes. :whatthe::ROFLMAO: Bob.
     
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