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Old 12-31-2020, 08:31 AM
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I had some installed on '13 Yamaha. I guess they installed cheap ones. Not very good, so I had them replaced. Now very good.

Point being buy a good product and all will be happy!
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I had some installed on '13 Yamaha. I guess they installed cheap ones. Not very good, so I had them replaced. Now very good.

Point being buy a good product and all will be happy!
Do you know the brand or model number of the replacement units? The ones currently installed are 7 LEDS and have a bright/dim switch that makes a little difference, I would like some additional light, but I do not want to blind on coming drivers with a light bar.
Thank you.
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Do you know the brand or model number of the replacement units? The ones currently installed are 7 LEDS and have a bright/dim switch that makes a little difference, I would like some additional light, but I do not want to blind on coming drivers with a light bar.
Thank you.
If you are looking for something that will outlast your cart.........Nilight brand on Amazon. Friends with four-wheelers up North recommend this brand. Large selection. As you know, look at the wattage for your brightness solution.
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LED is the norm these days....light bars should be only sold to people that are considerate of oncoming carts.
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light bars should be only sold to people that are considerate of oncoming carts.
Good luck with that.
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If you are looking for something that will outlast your cart.........Nilight brand on Amazon. Friends with four-wheelers up North recommend this brand. Large selection. As you know, look at the wattage for your brightness solution.
Rigid Industries also makes great LED products. I have a couple light pods on the front of my Yamaha Grizzly and my friends always have me lead the way when night riding.
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Please dim them when a cart approaches from the opposite direction-they can blind an approaching cart.
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Do you know the brand or model number of the replacement units? The ones currently installed are 7 LEDS and have a bright/dim switch that makes a little difference, I would like some additional light, but I do not want to blind on coming drivers with a light bar.
Thank you.
I am sorry but I don't.
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