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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-20-2019, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
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Pro- beams from CD

Well here it goes , I can never let my shark stay the same so I had CD Amber LEDs in the front and red LEDs in the back but a buddy gave me his rear pro-beams since his eliminated his signals , went a different route, so lucky me I got em, put them in and wow! Are they bright, I have smoked lens on there, and now I have the white in the front that turns Amber when it goes into flash mode, all I can say is there are well worth it, now maybe for my birthday coming up I can get the tri-bar light from CD as well. At first I wasn't sure if I would like this look , but after seeing it in person looks real good, also more visibility at night. Now I just have to post up my old LEDs in the for sale section, won't be needing two sets lol.

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I recommend the bag lights and a magic strobe as well.

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I HIGHLY recommend the Custom Dynamics headlights!! So much brighter than the stock ones!!




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I have already upgraded the headlight to one from eagle lights. Com very happy with it, for a great price, going to look into that flash option for the brake lights is that a simple plug and play type?

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Tri-bar light from CD is next.

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I have already upgraded the headlight to one from eagle lights. Com very happy with it, for a great price, going to look into that flash option for the brake lights is that a simple plug and play type?
RD which eagle light did you get and how do they compare to OEM Daymakers?
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I have already upgraded the headlight to one from eagle lights. Com very happy with it, for a great price, going to look into that flash option for the brake lights is that a simple plug and play type?
Yes simple plug and play. Multiple settings. Just added the bag lights. Had the CD in the front and rear turn signals. Will do the tri bar next and the magic strobe. Looking hard at the CD headlights. 800 bucks is a big nut for headlights.



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Mike U there is only one model for the road glides on eagle lights, with or without the halos and of course the black or chrome back part, I went with the standard w/o halos and black, I would say that they are bright, not as bright as let's say the CD headlights but just as bright as what comes on the Rushmore glides, for me the lifetime warranty sold me , and of course the price point, I re-used my stock bezel it for better than the one that comes with there lights. They are also DOT approved.
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