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Old 10-12-2020, 09:00 PM
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I got my Snow Master last week. Really great looking machine. Production number 2233, so a 1979 model I believe. 😎

Posted a few days ago looking for headlight lens. Not found replacements at this point, so thinking about going to either 5 3/4” or 7” headlights. Any pros or cons out there. Not a big fan of the light produced by LEDs.

I have several of the full width grousers that are broken or cracked. Is there a source for replacements or does anyone have serviceable used ones available?
May try to get these welded, but not too sure about the galvanized part.

Will get some picture posted soon I hope

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i think the stock headlight is a vw part. hella 130/95k look at the number on the other one. it could be porsche number on the glass.
this "may" be one but i'm sure aftermarket may be found.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Hel...3/114209058970
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Default Re: ST4 B Grousers

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I got my Snow Master last week. Really great looking machine. Production number 2233, so a 1979 model I believe. 😎

Posted a few days ago looking for headlight lens. Not found replacements at this point, so thinking about going to either 5 3/4” or 7” headlights. Any pros or cons out there. Not a big fan of the light produced by LEDs.

I have several of the full width grousers that are broken or cracked. Is there a source for replacements or does anyone have serviceable used ones available?
May try to get these welded, but not too sure about the galvanized part.

Will get some picture posted soon I hope

loneoutrider
I am with you on the LED they just to reach out very far. I don't like the strobing of the cheap ones and the bluing of the expensive ones that don't strobe,

I go 7" round and retro fit HID ballast and bulbs into them.
I will never out drive my head lights.

a forum user couch loafer has made a full set of your herringbone grousers.
He said once laid out they are actually quite simple.

I just love looking at them.

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