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|05-07-2019 08:03 AM|
|Novak1970||For anyone with an older quad, I just installed this style in my 1985 Suzuki quadsport. Was cheap and quick, with great results.|
|05-07-2019 06:47 AM|
that was a superb and informative write up!!! I just purchased a 2019 KQ 750 and want to install those on mine
can you please send me a link also??
|04-15-2019 08:02 PM|
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|04-15-2019 07:29 AM|
|literally a person||Zuuk, thank you for your write up. It was very helpful.|
|02-24-2019 04:48 PM|
WOW! they look great , canít believe the price too, definitely worth trying them out. It makes a big difference from stock bulbs. I have a LED guy I deal with near me, I never had a problem so far with the Chinese LEDs. I installed a couple of plug and play sets on my old Brute and they went through every weather element for years without issue, still working perfectly when I sold it.
|02-24-2019 04:31 PM|
This is what I found
|02-24-2019 04:27 PM|
Hahaha, I forgot, 2018 model, no pod.. If I helped you brother, thatís thanks enough!
|02-24-2019 04:26 PM|
Thank you so much ZUUK, very appreciated.
Very good explanation.
I will order 2 right now.
|02-24-2019 04:14 PM|
That is very good explanation.
I have no pod so no problem there.
I will order them right now.
I cannot thank you enough ZUUK.
|02-24-2019 03:53 PM|
Ah ok. No you do not have to remove panels . letís start with the headlights, they are easiest.
1) remove outer rubber boot
2) remove inner rubber boot (carefully wires rout into this one but they do have a little play, thatís good)
3) unfasten the spring clip and the whole bulb assembly will come out.
4) disconnect harness from old bulb
5) connect new LED and test, make sure hi low work if not revers the 2 side pole wires , they come out using a precision screwdriver to gently push them out.
For the pod headlight (sorry no pics) youíll need to remove the pod case which is held together with 3 push fasterners (1 on each side and 1 just below the LED display) and 2 screws on the top of the LED display. Once that is done the assembly will come apart and youíll see the bulb, same as the head light to replace.
Hope that helps!
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