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Old 11-12-2012, 01:41 PM
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Gaza Shaggy:

Can you by any chance provide a linc to those particular lights. I ride a lot at night and these would be wonderful.
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Gaza Shaggy:

Can you by any chance provide a linc to those particular lights. I ride a lot at night and these would be wonderful.
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Most LED's will not light up the road the way you want them to. Have you looked at moto lights?

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They have LED as well as Halogen...they are not cheap though.

we have the Motolights installed on our police HD's, they are mounted using the upper caliper bolt.... the light output sucks.... they are grossly over priced and run EXTREMELY HOT.....
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I used a $40 pair from Wally World at 55watts per side. Installed a relay and a dirtbike switch mounted on the handle bar. I installed these lights 6 years ago and have done many rides in the Florida rain and never have had a single issue.







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After checking out several options this is the set I went with. MM10AUX MondoMotos | Motorcycle Outfitters
I got the set with the harness, switch, & relay. I used the bracket from twisted throttle TwistedThrottle Auxiliary Headlight Mounting Bar for Suzuki DL650 and DL1000 V-Strom, '04-'11 - TwistedThrottle.com
and the switch mount from twisted throttle Light Switch Mount for PIAA and Denali light switches (flat mount for metric motorcycles) - Auxiliary Headlight Mounts - Auxiliary Headlights - Lighting & Visibility - Shop by Product - TwistedThrottle.com

Everything fit good and seems work very well. The lights are really bright!
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only saw one reply that mentioned these, But I enthusiastically second it. Rigid industries Dually d2's. amazing, low current draw led lights. super bright, super rugged. not cheap, but not to be beaten.
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only saw one reply that mentioned these, But I enthusiastically second it. Rigid industries Dually d2's. amazing, low current draw led lights. super bright, super rugged. not cheap, but not to be beaten.
Yup. I am going to be adding a Goldwing to the garage, it has some 55 watters on it now. They are going, and I am buying a set of the dually's for the wing, too...

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