Dave (Martinsville )
Yes, hard to find in store but, I have the internet. Though they are indeed very bright I did not get any more longevity out of them then I did with a lesser priced bulb with the same particulars.
TomJ (Boulder )
I liked these when I installed them, they're bright and easy to install, but someone bumping against the bike in the garage snapped off the plastic shaft (really thin where it goes into the rubber washer they're supplied with). The other snapped off in a parking lot, most likely someone bumped it too. The plastic compound is the "oily" stuff that's impossible to glue. Tried a few different types of glue, nothing works. Wish they had put a cursory thought towards engineering this better, but they didn't. Buy at your own risk.
Bonez (cincinnati )
China crap screws kept breaking in Half when you go to unscrew them and screw them back on to change the light bulb when it burns out I got new screws it was okay after that till I flipped my enduro upside down not even that hard and the whole tail light crumbled and now I have a short in the tail light till I decide what else to buy for a tail light if your going to do alot of off road riding this is not the tail light for you its durability is a 0 out of 10
Chris S (Hudson )
These turn signals do everything a turn signal should do. They turn on when activated and off when deactivated! 100% functional IMO. Obviously they are cheapies. You'll get a little rattle that is easily fixed with your rubbery glue of choice and maybe add some of your own reflective material behind the bulb. Or just break them off and order more since they are $6 a piece!
Paul (Phoenix )
The lights are brite but next time I will buy the $15.00 lights and save $35.00 per bulb
Don (Albuquerque )
Put them on my 449 Huskey and they worked great.