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Well now I have to replace the fog lights. One is burned out and I might as well do both just like I did with the low beams.
What is a good light to replace them with.
I used the PIA's in the low beams and would like to do the same with the fog lights.
But not sure if I can just replace the bulbs or the complete light.
 

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Whatever you do, don't touch the bulbs with your fingers, especially if they are hot. It's best to use a clean hankerchief when handling new light bulbs so as not to leave any residual prints on the bulb itself. That way they will last longer and will not burn out so soon.
 

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Don,

If it says "RAYBRIG" on the lens, its Honda. PIAA does make a 35 watt bulb. Have heard good things on it....except price...lol.
 

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I did and all I could see was a part # on the bottom of the lens.
I have to take it apart anyways to replace it. Cold and rainy here for the next few days. Good thing I've been riding alot lately. :D
 

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foglights

That funny mine say 'RAYCROC" on them.... I wonder who make bulbs for them?????



Matt(Ashland,MA) :D
 

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Is the number on the lens 52-604? If so, it's Big Bike stuff. They use a H-3 35watt bulb. Available at NAPA and through Lewis at Elec Conn.
 
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