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no I'm a photographer, I use photoshop. but most people don't have that program, so I used what most people have to make the process easier
My husband has a '99 Indian chieftan. It has the teardrop head light. being it's 20 years old the headlight's low beams went out, but when Polaris bought out Indian they ONLY bought out the name not any of the patents. So with that being said, we can't buy a replacement headlight because they don't make them any more. and we like the look of the teardrop headlight. Do you think it's possible to "gut" the headlight out and replace the "bulb" part with a large LED? But keep the original glass headlight?
No I have 2 on my watch, the rubber thingy broke a long time ago, and I just replaced it with rubber bands, 2 because over time they break down from hand washing and showering and break, but that's over a period of months.
SORCERERS' OF THE MAGIC KINGDOM HIP SACKView Instructable »
I used a neckerchief from the BSA store as a pattern for this one so It's the same size as a regular one
here are some of our members wearing them as you can see they're perfect for the boy in length, but the men's I make longer, but in this photo I think the dad is wearing the son's and vise versa
AND the new Magic Band 2
decorating them doesn't affect any of their use, I don't even bother pulling up my sleeves on cold days to scan it, this reads threw everything fine. there's a chip in the top mickey part, and on the magic band 1 shown above the whole band is full of copper wire, that's like a "radio antenna". that's how they track people around the park, the new bands magic band 2 everything it in the top removable part.