Overdrive Staff | March 01, 2011

Headlight renewal kit

The Lens Renewal Kit do-it-yourself product requires a household drill to restore the outside lens that encases headlights. The renewal process takes less than an hour, eliminating blurry, dull film that accumulates from light, weather, insects and road chemicals. The kit features a three-step process and restores most plastic lenses, including headlights, taillights, trailers, emergency lights and off-road vehicle lights.


Aftermarket mirrors

The new aftermarket mirrors for all Class 6, 7 and 8 trucks come in two styles, the 8-in. convex mirror and a 7-in. by 16-in. West Coast mirror, available in heated and non-heated options. The West Coast mirrors have a stainless steel finish, heavy-duty multi-channel construction and 5⁄16-in., No. 18 mounting studs for installation. The convex mirrors come in chromed steel and have an adjustable ball stud and glass mounted in ozone-resistant vinyl. They come with an L bracket installation setup. The mirrors include an 18-month warranty and are available through authorized Kenworth and Peterbilt distributors.

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Push-to-connect composite air fittings

The push-to-connect composite air fittings kits contain a collection of mail connectors, straight unions 45-degree male elbows and dustboots. The 80-1291 Travel Kit has 48 pieces and the slightly larger Shop Kit has 110 pieces.

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