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Old 08-20-2006, 02:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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guys ask ko lang, what are the different types of the super carry produced and which of them is the best?

buti pa buhay pa ang van namin as well as the type of van it is, nakalagay TX sya. thanks on this matter
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Old 08-20-2006, 04:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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there are a lot of types of vans, I just usually identify them w/ their head lights. heheheh. andami kasi masyado, hirap e-identify lahat heheh
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Just check here in this website:

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so far the best type is the scrum cateye van
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di ka ba nasasagwa sa pangalan ng van? scrum = parang ang baba ng tingin ng tao eh. hehe joke bakit kaya ganun?
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Beware of cats eye scrums!!!!!!
They cant be adjusted for night driving in Philippines!!!!
I just had mine converted to round eye that can be adjusted.

Cats eye have up and down adjustments only.....
You can get the parts from 3 in 1 in Mandoue Cebu to go from cats eye to round eye.
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Beware of cats eye scrums!!!!!!
They cant be adjusted for night driving in Philippines!!!!
I just had mine converted to round eye that can be adjusted.

Cats eye have up and down adjustments only.....
You can get the parts from 3 in 1 in Mandoue Cebu to go from cats eye to round eye.
Hello sir, what do you mean by "not adjusted for night driving"?
Yes it's true that we can move the light up & down, but what are
the other adjustments in a round eye? Left to right adjustments?

I observed also that round eyes have a stronger glare/light compared
to cat eyes. Is it because cat eyes are made of plastic & round eyes are
made of glass? I think the ampere rating is the same as well as the type
of bulb used. I personally use the H4 bulb.
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Greetings! True the glass are sharper glaring than plastic for that reason, plus plastic gets old and scratched. cats got two screw adjusters, round got three. Cats throw the light to the left, rounds that have never been adjusted also throw light left, BUT they can be adjusted to make the light go to the right side of the road where Lola is walking. The built in prism is still there, but its better than before. Also sealed beam lights from Taiwan are available. Ford lights from the US should also fit, I plan on getting some sent to me and try them as the local sealed ones are too dim for my old eyes.
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tnx for this, sir yellowturtle. but i cant seem to find my particular van in this 'list'. might i be ryt to assume from chop-chop parts ang van ko? tnx.[IMG][/IMG]
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I have seen your type, they are common, but I am not familiar with them as I have not dismanteled that type before. The bulb should be available in a left hand drive type in PI.
Can you take the light surround off and see any screws?
What is the body type on the floor, right side. should be a V-D?51V-#, letter.
Mine is a V-DL51V-07C.
I will put a picture of an artic Zuky, just to see the possiabilities.
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