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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-17-2017, 02:10 AM Thread Starter
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Led projector headlights

Good evening I'm looking to replace my headlight to an aftermarket led projector headlight. I see a lot for Harley n etc but was wondering what's the specs and if I could buy a Harley one and put it on my fury.
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use the search feature top right hand side of page, I just had a quick look and it does not look good for your plans, check it out

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Like Scot said... The search button is your friend.

Our stock headlight measures out at around 5 1/4" but a standard 5 3/4" headlamp can be made to fit.
@Vic made it work.... Search his name and posts and it should show up.
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I've researched this extensively as I really wanted to do this. The two above are correct. You can make a Daymaker work, but you have to ditch the retaining ring and stuff some sort of rubber dampener to make up the diameter as well as provide support. You lose all of the adjustability of the light as well.

There is a company that I sent an email to that was in the process of fabbing a bracket mount to work with the daymakers, which will likely work with the ebay one too. But they want $299 for it...have a read.

Different headlight?
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I've researched this extensively as I really wanted to do this. The two above are correct. You can make a Daymaker work, but you have to ditch the retaining ring and stuff some sort of rubber dampener to make up the diameter as well as provide support. You lose all of the adjustability of the light as well.

There is a company that I sent an email to that was in the process of fabbing a bracket mount to work with the daymakers, which will likely work with the ebay one too. But they want $299 for it...have a read.

Different headlight?
Actually you still have up and down adjustment just no side to side adjustment... But in all reality is the side to side adjustment even necessary???


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No, I don't believe side to side adjustment is necessary
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My tribar 5 3/4 headlight is still running fine with another 10K miles on it. But I like the stock headlight shell. You could always buy a regular aftermarket headlight like many on here have done and put the projector light in that, then mount it. You just have to put the wiring that's in the headlight up under the tank, which is not a big issue.

You can make this work. Once you get started, you find ways around the obstacles.
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