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    Default Re: AeroLed's Sunlite Landing Lights with wig-wag.

    Wareagle,
    Great looking install! I have toyed with doing something similar but wonder what to do for making that clear lens cover... Pardon the pun but could you shed some light on what you did?
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    Default Re: AeroLed's Sunlite Landing Lights with wig-wag.

    Quote Originally Posted by DesertFox4 View Post
    Not an option at this time or the foreseeable future. They were a special project. Very limited run. A couple sets were made. I was lucky to get one of the two. They were extremely difficult to run and get usable pieces even with expertise in the plastics business. Sorry.
    Coming soon... we actually have developed a new tip that will allow for the microsun to be used. We plan to have a wing tip light kit using the new tips. Hope to have some pics soon.
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    Default Re: AeroLed's Sunlite Landing Lights with wig-wag.

    Quote Originally Posted by DesertFox4 View Post
    Not an option at this time or the foreseeable future. They were a special project. Very limited run. A couple sets were made. I was lucky to get one of the two. They were extremely difficult to run and get usable pieces even with expertise in the plastics business. Sorry.
    Then I got the other only available set?
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    Default Re: AeroLed's Sunlite Landing Lights with wig-wag.

    Steve's Kitfox airborne.jpg

    Larry, yours are standard set up available for years and on hundreds of Kitfox's.

    Mine are totally clear from tip to trailing edge and are like the optional small tip John sells just made from clear plastic instead of fiberglass. I have all my lights mounted inside them. Maybe you can tell from this photo. They are nice but were hard to manufacture. Weigh maybe a pound each.


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    Default Re: AeroLed's Sunlite Landing Lights with wig-wag.

    Thanks for the lead on the lens covers guys
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    Default Re: AeroLed's Sunlite Landing Lights with wig-wag.

    Clear wingtips... When Bill Prokes designed the new wingtips
    for the Superport I formed the first few sets and thought it
    would be fun to form a clear set. I gave Desert fox 4 and Mike
    Berglund each a pair and then shipped the molds off to Idaho.
    Since they are clear from LE to tip it is hard to hide spars, wires,
    pitot tubes etc. Just a "for fun" project.

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