Any recommendations for the protective cover for the stock headlight? Are there more than one kind? Are they removable once on?
yechave said:WOW, $46 for the Cee Bailey.
Any link for the proper 3M kit and/or where you may have bought that?
Great evening in NE PA, temps in the mid 50's at 6pm. Got to ride 125 miles on this outstanding Jan afternoon! Never thought I would see the ice melt from the driveway till spring. A little worrisome driving the higher elevations with large snow piles on the sides of the road, most of the roads are wet with some locations not getting much if any sunlight, being quite cold.
I've been using my high beam for most driving today, only had one driver give me the lights. Seemed to be aimed a bit too much to the right.
So, that is going to be my primary use light. Just realized the bike we traded had the cover, had no idea it cost so much.
+1 for the Aeroflow.AlaskaFish said:Another option is Aeroflow. The price is just a little more than the Cee Bailey's, so I guess whichever turns you on. I have had my Aeroflow protector on the Bike since I bought her in 2000 with no problems whatsoever! Easy to take off and put back on with the velcro stickys so you can clean off between the glass and the plastic.
Last year coming back from Big Bend I had a rock break my headlight. The hole was about the size of a golf ball At around $400.00 a pop for headlights i'll choose a cover for less then $50.00 every timeZotter said:OK - doesn't this beg the question, though?
How many have had a head light assembly damaged by *not* having a cover installed?
Really - I've not yet heard of it happening, though with as many other gripes as fly 'round here - surely there was one or two I missed. Anyone wanna fess up?