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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-14-2018, 07:17 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone make a aftermarket headlight for a 2015 through 2018 road glide
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post #2 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-14-2018, 08:51 PM
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Whats the quality of these compared to the HD daymakers. They seem more expensive as well.
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Right now, that is the only one I know of. They do make quality products, but don't know it it is at night, haven't seen one in person or anyone using it.

I think the daymakers are for pre-Rushmores. I may be wrong though.

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If itís for a 13 and under thereís tons of aftermarket out there but 14 up a very few and as expensive or more expensive than the Harley ones.
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If you look through the photos on the custom dynamic page, they have a few comparison shots. I would certainly not be afraid to pull the trigger on anything made by Custom Dynamics..... note: the CD headlamps are projectors, which will produce that very distinct cut off line that you see in the photos. Some people like that, some don't , however it's there to illuminate your path, while not blinding oncoming traffic.

That is also why on the high beam comparison, you'll see the very defined "spot" where the highbeam is.... the projector will produce a much more focused beam of light vs. the reflectors that are in the stock LED housing.

Good luck on your decision and let us know what you decide!!!!


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If you look through the photos on the custom dynamic page, they have a few comparison shots. I would certainly not be afraid to pull the trigger on anything made by Custom Dynamics..... note: the CD headlamps are projectors, which will produce that very distinct cut off line that you see in the photos. Some people like that, some don't , however it's there to illuminate your path, while not blinding oncoming traffic.

That is also why on the high beam comparison, you'll see the very defined "spot" where the highbeam is.... the projector will produce a much more focused beam of light vs. the reflectors that are in the stock LED housing.

Good luck on your decision and let us know what you decide!!!!
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i'm waiting for adaptive projector headlights so my headlights turn when i go around corners lol

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