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    Registered User tuckerman's Avatar
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    Another option for aux lighting.

    Something new from Clearwater Lights

    http://www.24-7pressrelease.com/pres...service/332267
    J.R., 2012 RT
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    jeepinbanditrider
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    500 bucks.....ouch.

    http://stores.intuitwebsites.com/hst...Categories.bok

    Pick your light model then pick your controller

    http://stores.intuitwebsites.com/hst...Categories.bok

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    Curmudgeon At Large Bobmws's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Downs View Post
    +1 on the ADVMonster lights, I have them on both rides and they are also on my former Aprilia scooter. Great lights at a super price.
    Bob Weis
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    New Darla

    I got a set of Darla lights at the Chicago show at a discount. Just put them on the bike and they are very nice. I didn't have too much trouble getting them installed by myself. The instructions are very good.
    Mary
    2007 R1200RT, gone
    2009 R1200RT

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    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuckerman View Post
    Something new from Clearwater Lights

    http://www.24-7pressrelease.com/pres...service/332267
    Just put these on my 12GS. So far so good. But yes, ouch.
    Great lights!
    John

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    Ouch! is right. I don't understand why these things are so expensive. I know I'm a cheap SOB...but still...
    1983 R100RS (Sold)
    2004 R1150RT
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    jeepinbanditrider
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    Quote Originally Posted by MARKAZ View Post
    Ouch! is right. I don't understand why these things are so expensive. I know I'm a cheap SOB...but still...
    Do these have a "DOT" approval? If so that may explain the price a bit. The lights I liked are for "off road use" only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Downs View Post
    Do these have a "DOT" approval? If so that may explain the price a bit. The lights I liked are for "off road use" only.
    I don't know if they are DOT approved. I turn mine on full during the day to be seen and at night turn them down to low.

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    I've got a set of Kristas on the RT, I think I could land planes with them they're so bright.
    J.R., 2012 RT
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    I am fond of the lights from Rigid Industries.

    http://www.rigidindustries.com/Off-R...ights-s/89.htm
    Lynn
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    Current Ride: 1995 K75 Standard
    Past: 1978 Yamaha XS 750, 1976 BMW R60/6

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    1+++ on the rigid lights. They are bulletproof and have excellent customer service. Available at a reduced price from several 4Wheel accessory online sites.
    "Wer reitet so spaet durch nacht und wind -es ist der Vater mit seinem Kind" -- Goethe
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