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Lucas in CA
I went with the updated mounting system of the heat sinks / resistors mounted below the light vs inside. That frees up some room but even then a lot of wiring hangs down below the enclosure, which the external mounting kind of requires. I ended up having zip-tie a lot of that stuff together. Unfortunately after mounting the Tusk high fender kit this problem became worse with lots of interference between the relocated horn and low hanging wires. There's no reason for the wiring on this kit to be as long as it is, dramatically shortening it would make for a much cleaner install.Read All Reviews
Conlan in WA
I had to cut part of the tabs off the locking collar as they interfered with the fan base. Otherwise decent light, longevity TBD.Read All Reviews
BOB in AZ
Brake light switch (pull for contact) is exactly as described. Minor drilling in my Honda Recon 250 to install, but I knew that going in. Minor adjustment to spring assembly to fit, but again, nothing to complain about. Wiring was easy as there is only a positive and negative that are wired to the brake lights. I managed to place mine up inside the frame so it should be ok for even the most challenging terrain. Time will tell but so far so good.Read All Reviews
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