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    yankee
    #1
    Dec 9, 2010 at 9:25 pm
    got a pair of headlights made by ARROW #7754 can,t find what they are off

     


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    bradphil
    #2
    Feb 28, 2011 at 6:22 pm
    why you get that car parts cheap headlights if you dont know what they are off.. Anyway i think that this Headlights were built into the nose of the fenders, and provision for built in accessory fog lights was proved under the headlights.

     


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    khale
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    #3
    Mar 1, 2011 at 3:12 am
    you can adjust it properly. heres how:
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    Face the front of your vehicle 25 feet away from a wall. Make sure the ground is level and the vehicle is perpendicular to the wall.
    2
    Measure from the ground to the center of the headlight lenses. Measure the distance between the two headlight lenses.
    3
    Place a horizontal strip of masking tape on the wall four inches lower than the headlight lenses. Place the tape directly in front of the vehicle and mark the centerline.
    4
    Turn the headlights on (low beams).
    5
    Turn the vertical adjustment screw until the top of the headlight beam is aligned with the tape on the wall.
    source:
    http://www.au...-a-headlight/

     


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    yankee
    #4
    Mar 1, 2011 at 8:58 am
    Quote:
    Originally posted by khale  you can adjust it properly. heres how:
    1
    Face the front of your vehicle 25 feet away from a wall. Make sure the ground is level and the vehicle is perpendicular to the wall.
    2
    Measure from the ground to the center of the headlight lenses. Measure the distance between the two headlight lenses.
    3
    Place a horizontal strip of masking tape on the wall four inches lower than the headlight lenses. Place the tape directly in front of the vehicle and mark the centerline.
    4
    Turn the headlights on (low beams).
    5
    Turn the vertical adjustment screw until the top of the headlight beam is aligned with the tape on the wall.
    source:
    http://www.automd.com/24/how-to-adjust-a-headlight/

     


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    yankee
    #5
    Mar 1, 2011 at 9:06 am
    Dosn,t anybody read These headlights came on the truck when I bought it in 1967 but I don,t think they are factory I am old enough to know how to adjust headlight the old way only I use the firestation wall If you run sealed confused image beams you better know how to adjust then confused image grumpy image weepy image

     


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