Water Dog said:My 2000 Bounder has the two headlight lenses, turn signals underneath them, and side marker lights, next to them. They were all really dingy plus one of the headlight housings was broken. I did a little research thinking it would cost me an arm and a leg to replace the damaged housing, and found that I could buy all 6 housings for about $85 total from Amazon here. Turns out that Fleetwood used front end lights from a 92 to 98 Ford Pickup for the 2000 Bounder. It makes sense that an RV manufacturer wouldn't want to design special headlight assemblies for their products. I went ahead an replaced all of them and I think before I polish another headlight lens, I'll just spend the $25. Here's before and after pics.
denmarc said:Perfect opportunity to test my theory, Dennis. I know you take care of your Bounder. When washing/waxing her, wax the lenses also. I have been told that even a coat of quality wax on Lexan will help prohibit the sandblasted look over the years. What have you got to lose? And I would think the info/results would be a great asset to the forum library!