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post #1 of 9 Old Mar 3rd, 2013, 8:05 am Thread Starter
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A New Aux Lighting Option

Clearwater came out with a new light. Looks like it splits the difference between Glenda and Krista?

http://www.24-7pressrelease.com/pres...service/332267

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who is Glenda and Krista? Other models of lights?

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$400 to $850 per pair! I don't think so.

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http://www.k1600forum.com/forum/bmw-...ed-lights.html
Waiting for them to release the ERICA.
They'll go on my K1600GTL.
I have Motolights and PIAA 1100s on my K1200LT.
Clearwater Glenda's and the BMW driving lights on my GSA.
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Re: A New Aux Lighting Option

Erica, Darla, Glenda and Krista. Are we talking about LED lights?
How many daughters does this guy have?

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Erica, Darla, Glenda and Krista. Are we talking about LED lights?
How many daughters does this guy have?
I asked the question when I ordered the Darla set to add to my RT.

Darla is short for Darlene, Glenn's fiance'.

Y'all go buy some lights as he has a wedding to pay for

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Re: A New Aux Lighting Option

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$400 to $850 per pair! I don't think so.
and they are worth it! I have a pair of Kristas on my LT. Very nice, nicely-built... and they actually look good. Also: conspicuity and aux lighting in one product. No need for separate lights to accomplish each purpose.

I read the press release but I'm not understanding where they fit in, illumination-wise - between Glenda and Krista?

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I asked the question when I ordered the Darla set to add to my RT.

Darla is short for Darlene, Glenn's fiance'.

Y'all go buy some lights as he has a wedding to pay for

I have a set of Glenda's and Krista's.
Plan on installing them when my Stebel horn arrives from a 5 month back order.

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and they are worth it! I have a pair of Kristas on my LT. Very nice, nicely-built... and they actually look good. Also: conspicuity and aux lighting in one product. No need for separate lights to accom

I read the press release but I'm not understanding where they fit in, illumination-wise - between Glenda and Krista?

That's what I take from it. Little more than the Glenda and a little less than the Krista. I don't think the glenda are meant as a driving light, more for being seen.

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