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To you Trooper Gurus,

Do you know what the wattage is on the headlamp and lights on the light bar?

I started to take the lights apart to check and found I needed to be a locksmith. It would be nice to have some more light at night.

Gumball

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To you Trooper Gurus,

Do you know what the wattage is on the headlamp and lights on the light bar?

I started to take the lights apart to check and found I needed to be a locksmith. It would be nice to have some more light at night.

Gumball

go with HID About 100 each saw them at checker a while back

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Headlights & Spotlights are both 35/35W. I went down to my locale auto sparky shop to grab some 100W bulbs to replace with and he said the casing unit might not be rated for 100W. In other words the heat could be too much so decided to leave it for somebody else to be the guinea pig 1st. I did buy a set of replacement Headlights with a stone guard that had 100W bulbs for $70 (us$38). Gumball, it should be fine to upgrade up to 60W with the stock casing, I just wanted the more powerful bulb with no worries. One pain in the butt thing you will come across is one of the wires is soldered onto the bulb. If you go ahead with the bulbs, personally I would replace with a Halogen Blue Zenon @ 60W.

Cheers Mike.

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Hi Guys,

Thank you for the input. I think I'll replace at least a coupe of the lights with new 150w Halogen lamps. I rarely ride at night but thought it would be neat to have some brighter lights.

I was wondering if the bulbs could be replaced in the existing lights but the additional heat would probably cook them.

Gumball

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go with HID About 100 each saw them at checker a while back

HID is the best. Before you spend 40.00 or more. 2 HID 4" or 9''.WE sell them for about $200.For the pair.

silverbullet

http://silverbulletmotorsports.net/proddet...asp?prod=LIT001

http://silverbulletmotorsports.net/cart.as...ts.asp%3Fpg%3D2

Messed with post, hope you don't mind, Kinarfi

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HID is the best. Before you spend 40.00 or more. 2 HID 4" or 9'.WE sell them for about $200.For the pair.

silverbullet

Could you please post pictures?

Cinda

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Could you please post pictures?

Cinda

Messed with Silverbullet's post so you can see his catalog pictures of his lites.

How do you like your tires.

Still thinking about Marysvale.

Kinarfi

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Messed with Silverbullet's post so you can see his catalog pictures of his lites.

How do you like your tires.

Still thinking about Marysvale.

Kinarfi

We love the tires, they were a great choice for us. We'll be in Marysvale the 9th and 10th of October to see the change of color.

The Jamboree in Richfield is Sept 14-18, Mountain Motor Sports from Cedar City will be there. It's nice to see a Joyner dealer at the Jamborees (they were also in Marysvale in August).

The Jamboree is trying to set a record in Richfield with the worlds largest ATV Parade.

Cinda

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