Trail Tech Replacement Light Bulb 38 Degree Flood
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    Trail Tech Replacement Light Bulb 38 Degree Flood

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    • Lights 50 watts and above require a high output lighting stator.
    • Will work with the Trail Tech Anti-Vibration lights.

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    Comments On Feb 03, 2012:Talk about bright. Light up the night with these things. quick fix.

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    Pain to change bulbs

    Comments On Sep 17, 2010:Lights work and light up your path.. the only real issue I have is that to change a bulb, you need to rewire it! Replacement bulbs come with the leads and you will need to remove the plastics, undo your connections where ever you made them and run the new wire. Maybe this is standard for atv lights? I dont know, its not MIT kinda stuff but it seemed like a bit more work than nessesary for a light bulb change.

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    Comments On Mar 10, 2008:like all trail tech stuff these are great

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