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Harbor Freight HID's. 9"

Looks like HF has some HID driving type lights for 99 bucks each.

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Looks like all the electronics are in the housing.

Awfull big for an LT. But maybe on the offroad bike..

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Re: Harbor Freight HID's. 9"

Might have to mount that bad boy on the front of my Honda 300EX quad! Yea baby!
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I down loaded the manual , , , , boy, talk about covering thyn posterior with safty literature I guess that is what is necessary these days. I mean people with the presence of mind to buy a RV and think it would drive itself - - - kinda makes one wonder. Looks like worth a look see, might have to reinforce my mounting bracket though

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I down loaded the manual , , , , boy, talk about covering thyn posterior with safty literature I guess that is what is necessary these days. I mean people with the presence of mind to buy a RV and think it would drive itself - - - kinda makes one wonder. Looks like worth a look see, might have to reinforce my mounting bracket though
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Re: Harbor Freight HID's. 9"

Well at least the rocket-fuel-geniuses that were "autopiloting" the Winnebago were JUST drinking coffee!

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