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post #1 of 5 Old Jul 9th, 2009, 1:39 pm Thread Starter
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Just paying some respect to the Moto Light people.

Called them and told them I had a light out....while I did have to call again to get the order tracked. They sent me two bulbs and the spanner within a week and no charge.

I bought them at CCR in 2003.

Great lights and great customer service!

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post #2 of 5 Old Jul 9th, 2009, 3:05 pm
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Motolights recently sent me a new lens, and wiring sockets to fix my Motolights purchased at CCR 2001 in Hot Springs! No questions asked...just enthusiastic customer service.

So.... +1 from me, too!

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Re: Moto lights

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Motolights recently sent me a new lens, and wiring sockets to fix my Motolights purchased at CCR 2001 in Hot Springs! No questions asked...just enthusiastic customer service.

So.... +1 from me, too!

Paul
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I'm lucky to have a great BMW dealer that will replace bulbs and such, then send them back to Motolights for replacement. This way I don't have to wait.

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post #4 of 5 Old Jul 13th, 2009, 10:36 pm
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Re: Moto lights

I live in Cincinnati and work about 10 miles from Motolights. I bought them at the CCR 2006 and just recently developed a water leak. On the way back from SST2009 at Iron Horse (Stecoah, NC) those that headed north after the rally on Sunday ran about 5 hours in the rain (Frog Drowner) and that was enough to challenge the Motolights. On Monday noticed they were full of water.

Called up Motolights (Dan Hansen) and he said to drop by and he would inspect them. Sure enough the leak they developed was due to the fact that the large black cable was not fully routed thru all the fittings properly into the light housing.

He replaced at no cost both bubs and the bulb sockets and off I went to repair and learned how to route the cables properly - since I was the one that installed them.

Dan was the Parts Manager at the former Tri-State BMW of Cincinnati, he also recently spent time as a Manager at some BMW Dealer in California. He recently returned to Cincinnati and MotoLights picked him because they know he is a quality person and he has been tasked with keeping the business a going entity even in these tough economic times. Thus I believe you will get nothing but great service from MotoLights all the time - that's just they way way do it!!

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Re: Moto lights

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When one burned out (first one since Gatlinburg install) I told the lady the cat ate my wrench. She understood perfectly and sent me one, but took $7.50 for the bulb, but no freight. Fair enough.

Recently rode another bike with a nephew on the LT. Those motolights are bright in the daylight and you are sure to be seen; if they're seeing.

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