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Old 04-18-2002, 03:37 PM
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does any one know if they make headlights smaller
then 7inch? Iam looking for some 6 inch or ?
any help would be nice gene

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They sell round headlamps from 5-8", I've also seem some use motorcycle headlamps because they were easier to find. I've also seen many people mae custom headlight buckets for newer headlight assemblies, I've seen two T-buckets use square headlight in custom buckets that looked very natural and I've also seen someone make custom buckets for the headlamps taken from a 2000 Lexus, it looked very cool. Using smaller headlamps does improve the look but it also reduces visability unless you lay down the coin for some newer technology, I was given one of those new headlamps for my bike, like the kind thats in the lexus' I can't spell so I won't try, it was bright and I had great visability but they run $800 a pop, I about fell off my rocker when I found that out
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They sell round headlamps from 5-8", I've also seem some use motorcycle headlamps because they were easier to find. I've also seen many people mae custom headlight buckets for newer headlight assemblies, I've seen two T-buckets use square headlight in custom buckets that looked very natural and I've also seen someone make custom buckets for the headlamps taken from a 2000 Lexus, it looked very cool. Using smaller headlamps does improve the look but it also reduces visability unless you lay down the coin for some newer technology, I was given one of those new headlamps for my bike, like the kind thats in the lexus' I can't spell so I won't try, it was bright and I had great visability but they run $800 a pop, I about fell off my rocker when I found that out
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