LEDRider - Quality LED aux lighting

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by JustinP, Oct 13, 2013.

  1. krumgrinder

    krumgrinder Been here awhile

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    Well, then here's another 'independent' review for you.

    Solid product. I bought a pair of (I believe) LR4's - the 4-element bullet style - with one of his first dimmers, maybe three years ago and they have been next to bulletproof. I mounted them on a Black Dog triple clamp bracket, so they sit just above my front fender and below the front fairing, a little more protected than out on the sides. Bike has been dumped, submerged and otherwise abused on multiple occasions, including getting hammered on a highway on the commute home- and these little lights have never quit. The right side one took a flung rock once, breaking the lens, but Jason replaced it at his cost. How's that for you? :D
  2. BMWGSA

    BMWGSA Geländefahrer Supporter

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    So the LX5 is the same as the LR4 ? They looked different to me.

    Dimmer ? can I not just use a HexEZcan ? or is a Seperate dimmer required?

    I have been looking for a side by side comparison with comparable clearwaters.
  3. heirhead

    heirhead worlds worst mechanic

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    Hello Justin,
    Bought 5 sets, coming back for more.
    Have to keep from selling bikes with lights on them but GREAT selling point.
    Still have LR4, need some for TW200 getting ready to travel.
    Don't need dimmer, just bright lights.

    hh
    wwm
  4. Duckati

    Duckati Adventurer

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    Heya Justin... Will a pair of the LX3's be ok on a 5A fuse? And is the 3150 lumens spec "raw" or delivered? ...I assume raw based on the XML-2's spec @ 10W per emitter? Thanks!
  5. JustinP

    JustinP Long timer

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    5 Amps will be borderline for the fuse. I'd go with 10 amp for a set. The 3150 is raw.
  6. 1stgenfarmboy

    1stgenfarmboy The Sherpa Man

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    Justin, I have some LR4's I have had for years, yesterday one just went out, if you look close a couple of the LED's are on but very very dim, I did take it apart and I do have 12v power going all the way to the LED's.....can this be repaired? or am I just in for some new ones.

    Thanks Dar.
  7. playinatwork

    playinatwork Been here awhile

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    Justin, I ordered some LD5's today and I was wondering if I can get the snap on covers in amber?