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Thread: Passenger side SWB turn signal lens or assembly with no cracks or fading

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    Passenger side SWB turn signal lens or assembly with no cracks or fading

    Looking for a good restorable SWB US passenger side front turn signal lens. Will probably have to consider a complete assembly but only need the lens. Looking for one without cracks or deep pits/sand blasting

    Tia

    JK

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    Quote Originally Posted by 718RSK View Post
    Looking for a good restorable SWB US passenger side front turn signal lens. Will probably have to consider a complete assembly but only need the lens. Looking for one without cracks or deep pits/sand blasting

    Tia

    JK
    So, you have found a non destructive method to remove the lens from the housing and be able to reuse it? Youdaman!

    Ciao

    Jim
    PS: I'v e got a few nice housings but no perfect lenses.

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    I have Jim. Will be in your neck of the woods next week. Will send you a PM

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    Cool! You can have this SWB turn signal assy. The lens is 91% perfect. It would have been 100% perfect if not for the fire. Oh yea, it's a left instead of a right. Doh!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 718RSK View Post
    I have Jim. Will be in your neck of the woods next week. Will send you a PM
    Please share. I'm about to do this now...
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    Bump, still looking for a good original lens or unit

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    I have removed a bunch of swb signal lenses. I use a die grinder with a pointy rotary file to get the melted tabs small enough to pass throuh the housing, drill the inner end of the rivets and just work the lens loose from the housing adhesive without stressing it too much.
    Last edited by 66S; 01-16-2020 at 12:26 PM.

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    Paul Chappel ( Rooute66kix ) has the passenger side in FOR SALE section.

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