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    Has anyone installed this headlight from Steady Garage?


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    its suppose to be plug and play from my understanding, just need brackets to mount it. Minimotolab sells them with led blinkers, or you can make your own
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squidbilly View Post
    its suppose to be plug and play from my understanding, just need brackets to mount it. Minimotolab sells them with led blinkers, or you can make your own
    Thought you had to covert it from AC to DC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrommingVA View Post
    Thought you had to covert it from AC to DC.
    That may be correct being led. I ended up not pursuing it, looks awesome on the low bikes looked kinda small on a stock height grom
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    You might be able to mount it using the boomerangs. This will likely take a bit of fabrication. Exhibit A - the GromWing:
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaddington View Post
    You might be able to mount it using the boomerangs. This will likely take a bit of fabrication. Exhibit A - the GromWing:
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    There's a few people making brackets for the 7inch round light. I was just wondering what's involved as far as wiring.

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    I have this light with the minimoto lab brackets but haven't installed it yet. But from my understanding you do need the AC to D.C. rectifier to use it but other than that it should be plug n play

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    I have one and you need a rectifier.

    Quote Originally Posted by live2surf View Post
    I have this light with the minimoto lab brackets but haven't installed it yet. But from my understanding you do need the AC to D.C. rectifier to use it but other than that it should be plug n play

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    Just needed AC to DC, which I had already.
    The rest you can figure out. It's pretty straight forward.


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    Looks very nice. Do you have any pictures of the bike from the side? I was thinking of doing this modification but wanted to know how it looks from the side view. Not sure if the light would look to small for the bike

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    Just needed AC to DC, which I had already.
    The rest you can figure out. It's pretty straight forward.


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