Trucklite LED. Will it fit headlight bucket R60/5?

Discussion in 'Airheads' started by frozenpeas, Jan 31, 2013.

  1. frozenpeas

    frozenpeas Adventurer

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    I have the Trucklite LED on my Harley. It's a 7 inch headlight with H4 connectors. It has a great light beam with low power consumption. Has anyone tried it in a/5 bucket? Do you think it would fit? The sealed beam is a Par 56. I'm a bit rusty here.
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  2. It'sNotTheBike

    It'sNotTheBike Banned

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    You aren't "rusty", you are just plain stupid.


    The beam pattern of the Trucklite LEDs has a lot of light scatter
    which will make seeing extremely difficult for the driver you are
    riding toward.


    So when you blind the driver of an oncoming vehicle and it swerves into your lane,
    be sure to remember the phrase "instant karma" in the last milliseconds you
    have before impact with the vehicle you blinded, when you are
    converted into something resembling tomato paste, and probably not even useful
    as an organ donor :rofl


    .
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  3. frozenpeas

    frozenpeas Adventurer

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    Don't be a Richard.
    Obviously you know nothing of what you type. The 7 inch trucklite is DOT approved headlight and works fine on the road. Now go back to your miserable life and begone, Richard.
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  4. hopscotching

    hopscotching On the road...

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    but any ho, the /5 bucket is not 7"

    a /6 and /7 is 7", iirc.... I would love to know if this work thou.
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  5. Kai Ju

    Kai Ju Long timer

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    Me too, Just went to the Trucklite website and that headlight looks bitchin. More light with less load on the electrical system sounds just like what we need.
    Didn't see a price though. How much do they go for ?

    Never mind, just found a listing for $209, oh well.
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  6. MitchG

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    Where did you find them for $209?
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  8. frozenpeas

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  9. frozenpeas

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    Eastern Performance has em for 199. I have the phase 6 on my Harley.
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  10. hopscotching

    hopscotching On the road...

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    just put one on order, I will be fitting it on my /6 sidecar rig... May take some time to get to the project, but will report back... It will fit damn it ;-)
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    Thanks for the source guys! Have been looking for an economical(if I can use that word) vendor for a while now.
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