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  1. fatboy1

    fatboy1 Expert Expediter

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    Ok what's the best way or product to use on LED headlights to keep snow and ice off so you can see.
    I've heard everything from rain x to vegetable oil to motorkote. I have used the latter on tail lights and it works great any suggestions or ideas would be great.
     
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    BigStickJr Veteran Expediter Retired Expediter

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    Good weather. Stay in it.
     
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    Yeah like that the best lol
     
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    Greg Expert Expediter Owner/Operator

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    Can't be duct tape so it must be WD 40.

    I've had pretty good luck with rainx
     
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    Will do that one next.
     
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