Eagle Lights Slim Line 4.5" Auxiliary / Passing LED Lights for Harley Davidson and Indian Motorcycles - Plug and Play Connection
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The Eagle Lights Slim Line 4.5” LED Passing Lights represent the best in LED technology. They use 10 LEDs per unit to create an ultra bright beam. The lighting is enhanced by an integrated light bar featuring an additional 5 LEDs.
- EAGLE LIGHTS QUALITY - The Eagle Lights Slim Line 4.5” LED Passing Lights feature 10 LEDs per unit, plus a light bar featuring 5 additional LED's to light up the road like never before.
- SLIM LINE FITMENT - The Slim Line LED passing lights fit all 4.5” Harley Davidson and Indian auxiliary light buckets. Our Slim Line LED passing lights are over 50% thinner and use the latest LED technology available to make the installation a breeze. Just take out the old bulb and the Slim Line will directly replace it.
- BRIGHTEST LIGHTS AVAILABLE - With 30 watts of pure night melting power, these 4 1/2” LED spot lights will light up any road at any time of the night. Extremely noticeable to oncoming drivers which makes your ride safer than ever. The 6000K color temperature will match all of the high end LED's on your bike. The high lumen output combined with the high color temperature allows you to see the road as you would in the day time.
- HOW HARD ARE THESE TO INSTALL - The installation is very simple and varies slightly depending on the bike. All you will need is 10 minutes and a phillips head screwdriver to install.
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These actually have a high/low beam? How does that took into dimmer switch?
They do not have a high and low beam. They are passing lights with only an on and off.