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Q: Why don’t you have a rotator?
A: Simply said, our wide open desert highways here in Indio do not require a rotator. Most scenarios allow us to drive the truck right down to the wreckage and perform our recovery without taking up any more lane than a rotator would. Another simple reason is price. They are very expensive trucks that, once again aren’t really needed here. With that being said, that doesn’t mean we will never get one just not at the moment.
Meguiar’s has several headlight restoration kits to restore clarity to your headlights. Begin by evaluating how much cloudiness, yellowing and hazing you have on your headlights. Next, you want to select the right headlight restoration kit based on the condition of your headlights and if you want to work by hand or by corded drill.
Here we’re selecting Meguiar’s Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit. To obtain the best results, there are a few things to keep in mind:
Make sure you are working on a clean surface. You want the headlights to be clean and free of dust and dirt so you aren’t pushing any debris back into the clear plastic.
Mask to protect surrounding paint. Carefully mask around the headlights to ensure that surrounding paint and trim pieces don’t get bumped by sanding discs and compound, or by final coatings when they are applied.
Sand vertically using the included 1000 grit sanding disc and water. Continue sanding evenly until you get consistent cloudy appearance.
Sand horizontally using the included 3000 grit sanding disc and water. Again, you want to sand thoroughly and consistently until an even appearance is achieved.
Apply Meguiar’s PlastX Clear Plastic Cleaner & Polish onto the wool buffing pad. Attach the included wool buffing pad to a standard corded drill and apply the PlastX (also included) evenly over the buffing pad. Start off working PlastX slowly and thoroughly into the headlight. Then, speed up to create more friction which will work microscopic abrasive into the plastic and remove the fine sanding marks in the headlight. Work in with light to moderate pressure for a couple of minutes and wipe off with the included microfiber before it fully dries. Reapply apply product as needed until the headlight is clear. Then, repeat this process on the other headlight.
Clean headlights with glass cleaner. This will remove any remaining product and allow for the headlight coating to take to the headlight properly. Headlights should look crystal clear at this point.
Apply Headlight Coating onto foam pad. Apply Headlight Coating thin and evenly in straight lines over the headlight making sure to get even coverage. Apply in the same way to the other headlight.
Remove masking tape.
Allow 24 hours for the Headlight Coating to fully cure. Keep the headlights away from water or moisture for 24 hours so that the coating cures evenly and properly. After the coating has fully cured, your headlights will be protected for up to one year.
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Barbour’s Towing & Truck Repair offers heavy and light duty towing, mobile roadside service repair, full service shop for truck and trailer repairs. Roadside assistance is also available, including jumpstarts, tire changes, fuel delivery and more. Service is available in the greater Raleigh area: Garner, Wake Forest, Cary, Clayton, and all of Wake and Johnston Counties.
A 2014 freightliner with a Detroit dd13 (for some reason I couldn’t remember dd13 kept calling it a 60 series??) wasn’t building air pressure. Drained all the water and still wouldn’t build air, figured out the compressor is bad after I bypassed the dryer and governor I’ll post another video of me changing it later in the week