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    2395 LENS Re-Do

    I would like to know if this looks good?. I really hesitated to mess with the stock finish but since I'll NEVER sell them, I wanted them to be black. I polished the plate edges too. I only painted the Plates not the horn or that bracket. What do you think?

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    Yes!

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Gonzales
    I would like to know if this looks good?. I really hesitated to mess with the stock finish but since I'll NEVER sell them, I wanted them to be black. I polished the plate edges too. I only painted the Plates not the horn or that bracket. What do you think?
    My four original 2395,s from 1979/80 have the battleship grey finish, but my later two that were purchased in 1986 came from the factory with a black finish!

    They look better in black than they do in grey, to me!

    scottyj

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    Me Too

    Thanks Scotty!

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    Looks cool to me.

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    Looks real nice

    That looks real nice Steve,

    I've been meaning to ask you, are you actually using those lenses??

    (I do see a wire back there)

    Peter

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    Your welcome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Gonzales
    Thanks Scotty!
    No one can deny, that in black, those horns have ATTITUDE!

    scottyj

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmakres1
    That looks real nice Steve,

    I've been meaning to ask you, are you actually using those lenses??

    (I do see a wire back there)

    Peter
    No, I just use them to hold the L220's and L222's down so they don't fly away. Oh, I added of pair of 375's too, just in case, you never can be too careful......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Gonzales
    No, I just use them to hold the L220's and L222's down so they don't fly away. Oh, I added of pair of 375's too, just in case, you never can be too careful......
    Actually, the lenses look like they could actually HELP the L220's and L222's fly away!!


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    Glad we already know each other

    Or else you could have been offended, I knew you would "get it"

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    Black is where it's at with those lenses! Those polished edges look nice too!

    Rob

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    I agree

    I think they look better in Black too...

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    Steve

    They look great...

    And by the way.....you are insane

    Ken

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