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Thread: New LED lamps - recommendations please

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    Mike O - What was the final option chosen and how did they work out?

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    I ordered the second type in my original post. For various reasons - principally my mislaying the custom brackets Chad made for me - I've only had them fitted on my main beam pair.

    My bike should be back from New Zealand in a couple of weeks and is due a bit of a refit. I've found Chad's brackets , so will be fitting the second pair then, I'll report back when I've used them for a few hundred miles...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike O View Post
    I ordered the second type in my original post. For various reasons - principally my mislaying the custom brackets Chad made for me - I've only had them fitted on my main beam pair.

    My bike should be back from New Zealand in a couple of weeks and is due a bit of a refit. I've found Chad's brackets , so will be fitting the second pair then, I'll report back when I've used them for a few hundred miles...
    I'll eagerly await your update!

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