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    Luggage lights

    Anyone found a solution for getting some light into the topbox and/or saddlebags? Found this on the net today. They don't seem that bright to me.

    Toplite

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    Lowes or Home Depot have battery powered LED closet lights that should do the trick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32232 View Post
    lowes or home depot have battery powered led closet lights that should do the trick.
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    Whoaaa!! $47.95.... for the TopFlite battery powered LED "closed light"?!?!

    6" 6-LED strip light at ACE Hardware
    ...read the customer review; $11.99





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    Great suggestions. I like that Ace hardware 6 LED light.

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    Isn't it much more practical to pack a headlamp as standard on your bike? It's something you need anyway: in case of a breakdown in the dark etc. Just pack a headlamp in you tankbag or in the topcase (loose on the side).
    -=- if you always see the road ahead of you, it's not worth the trip -=-

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    Wally World has one that is not only cheap @ ~ $7+, it is much better than the other 2 I have from the pricey brands! It is an LED type , uses 3 AAA's & very lightweight & compact. Closet lights, not good , even for closets...

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