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    DIY BLINDERS for 1023.

    Being that I am somewhat cheap and like to do it myself I kept an eye open around home for material to install blinders on my added work lights. Today I noticed a piece of green plastic pipe, measured it up, did some planning and talking myself through it. I came up with these to try come winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RZRrider View Post
    Being that I am somewhat cheap and like to do it myself I kept an eye open around home for material to install blinders on my added work lights. Today I noticed a piece of green plastic pipe, measured it up, did some planning and talking myself through it. I came up with these to try come winter.
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    Nice looking install/fabrication and certainly "strong" material. If my Artillian blinders were made of that rigid stuff I'da skun my left arm up a bunch of times. I'm more of the clumsy type.
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    I like it. A nice clean look.
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