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    Is there still some available?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yodagoat View Post
    Is there still some available?

    yes
    please email me...
    dwbakerdg@blueyonder.co.uk



    thanks
    How much

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    How Much,

    Did you get my e mail?


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    Just a quick line to thank How Much for producing and selling the light bars.

    Mine arrived promptly and well packaged and fitted on with no dramas.

    Added my own lights and I reckon it looks the Dog's Danglies!

    Stuck some mirrored bulbs in the indicators just to complete the look......

    Toying with the idea of replacing the red rear light lens with a clear one and silvered bulbs, but the lenses seem to be outrageously expensive......anyone know of a cheaper alternative?
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    Any more news on the 1200 bar please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverstripes View Post
    Any more news on the 1200 bar please.
    yes

    mounting bars available for pre 08 model 1200's (not GSA's)

    not available for the "new/current" model 1200's with the metalised front side cheeks

    brackets are £30 posted mainland uk


    dwbakerdg@blueyonder.co.uk


    how much

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    Thanks

    You have Email

    Silverstripes

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    Lens Removal

    I bought one of your light kits a few months ago and am really pleased with it.
    However I was in Austria a couple of weeks ago and encountered enough rain one day to warrant building an ark and one of the lights is now holding water.
    I've tried to ease the lens off but am wary of causing damage but I'm keen to clean/dry it out and re-seal with a touch of silicone.
    Is there a knack to taking off the lens?

    Kind Regards

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by sc650 View Post
    I bought one of your light kits a few months ago and am really pleased with it.
    However I was in Austria a couple of weeks ago and encountered enough rain one day to warrant building an ark and one of the lights is now holding water.
    I've tried to ease the lens off but am wary of causing damage but I'm keen to clean/dry it out and re-seal with a touch of silicone.
    Is there a knack to taking off the lens?

    Kind Regards

    Steve


    Steve

    lens is bonded into the housing and should not be removed. try removing the backplate (2 screws) and remove the bulb... you could then dry out the lamp with a hot air gun/hairdryer.
    re-seal the lamp putting a smear of vaseline on the rubber gaskets and it should be fine... do not overtighten any of the screws as this will distort the gaskets

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    am away on my jollies for the next week so won't be responding to requests for lightbars and kits

    sorry guys, have a few outstanding requests from this week that have not yet resulted in firm orders..

    please continue with your requests/orders i will pick them up next Saturday 03/10/09 if thats ok

    i do have stock so response times are quick from placement of order


    thanks

    David (how much)

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    Quote Originally Posted by how much View Post
    Steve

    lens is bonded into the housing and should not be removed. try removing the backplate (2 screws) and remove the bulb... you could then dry out the lamp with a hot air gun/hairdryer.
    re-seal the lamp putting a smear of vaseline on the rubber gaskets and it should be fine... do not overtighten any of the screws as this will distort the gaskets

    How much
    Thanks How Much

    I'll give that a go tonight.

    Regards

    Steve

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    can i still get a bar and light setup for 1150gs?
    Lifes a game.....................JUST STOP CHANGING THE BL***Y RULES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianran View Post
    can i still get a bar and light setup for 1150gs?

    yes you can sir..


    details to follow


    hm

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    update 13.10.09

    spotlight baracket and fittings are £30 posted




    with regard to 1100GS 1150GS and 1150GSA model Aux lighting kits..






    the spec. of the Aux lighting kit has changed slightly as i can no longer get the PIAA switches (importer wont bring any more in). the change is to the switch being offered in the kit. everything else is the same, relay, fuse, lamps etc.

    so i can supply either two options for you...

    1, a fully wired set-up using a high quality marine grade waterproof toggle switch. this is easy to wire, but you have to find somewhere to mount the switch.
    this i can supply for £75 posted UK (paypal)

    note lower price than previous kit

    or

    2, a fully wired kit using the Nippy Norman "Autoswitch" this uses the indicator cancel button to turn the aux lights on/off by pressing and holding the cancel switch. a little bit more complicated to install but no switch mounting problem.
    this i can supply posted UK for £95 (paypal)


    both set-ups are fully wired and ready to install with instructions

    (also available for 1100)

    thanks

    David

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    1150 GSA Package

    Hi David,

    Are you still making the spotlight packages for the 1150 GSA......the £75 kit?
    I am desperate to fit some lamps....I ride B roads to work every day and need some illumination!

    Many thanks,

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Rob View Post
    Hi David,

    Are you still making the spotlight packages for the 1150 GSA......the £75 kit?
    I am desperate to fit some lamps....I ride B roads to work every day and need some illumination!

    Many thanks,

    Rob


    Hi Rob

    yes you can order a kit, have sent you a Private Message with payment details

    thanks

    hm

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