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I just completed installing the Show Chrome Fog Light Kit and it was very easy. I purchase the kit from Moto-Tour Inc (https://www.mototourinc.com) for $289. The instructions came with and alternate method of removing the center switch panel which saves a lot of time not having to remove the mirrors, side panels, etc. They are very bright and provides a lot of light. Very well satisfied and recommeded
 

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**** I'm jealous ! Really want to gear set of those lights. I read the instructions on Show Chrome's web site and saw the steps for the short cut switch installation. Was that short cut easy to do and did you ever fear breaking or scratching any plastic?
 

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I just completed installing the Show Chrome Fog Light Kit and it was very easy. I purchase the kit from Moto-Tour Inc (https://www.mototourinc.com) for $289. The instructions came with and alternate method of removing the center switch panel which saves a lot of time not having to remove the mirrors, side panels, etc. They are very bright and provides a lot of light. Very well satisfied and recommeded

I read the instructions on Show Chrome's web site and saw the steps for the short cut switch installation. Was that short cut easy to do and did you ever fear breaking or scratching any plastic?
 

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wow.. those things put out a nice light for being fog lights. im waiting for their driving lights because i didnt think these would be bright enough. are they adjustable where you can make the lit area wider? for critters on the sides of dark country roads
 

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Thanks, that is good to know.
 
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