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first set didnt work went back and got some cheaper and there even better
 

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i think you need another light in the other side of the bulb just to make it really shine. but still look awsome as is!
 

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i'm sure he had to drill holes in the back of the head light then seal it off.
 

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rickstar is right i just drilled a hole in the back then just silone coned it in the back
 

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no i don't beleive ther is. even when u install them on a car or truck u need to drill a 1/2in hole. the lights come with a rubber gromite to make them water tight.
 

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no problem anytime.
 

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When i put mine in i drilled the holes in the back of the headlights and never got around to sealing them up with silicone...When my front rack went under water riding in a creek it busted my normal bulbs but the strobes were still flashing.
 
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