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post #8 of (permalink) Old 01-19-2018, 08:45 AM
jimh352
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Location: Gainesville, FL
Year: 1985
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I had a cloudy windshield on my bike when I bought it, and tried that headlight restore stuff. It did remove the cloudiness, but now it's blurry. I had to by a new one. Still have my old one, waiting for some love, not sure what to do with it.

Although, mine was a Slipstreamer, as is my new one, and I think it's not the same material.

I am interested in this outcome, so keep us posted as I know you will, and good luck! I've read somewhere that progressive sandpaper to about 1500 grit works.

Does seem a shame to throw away something, especially with our tendencies to want to restore stuff. I take old houses and restore them to homes for someone, at a modest cost of course, lol. I love it. Minus the %+&#@ realtor fee, argh.

I have never been lost, but I will admit to being confused for several weeks. Daniel Boone
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