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I would like to install some LED Engine lights on my Road King Classic. Anyone have a brand of lights they prefer. Should I just go with the HD lights?

How many do I get?

Thanks.
 

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If you want to waste your money go with the HD brand. They Cost way too much. I had a light kit from these guys boogey lights they were very helpful and I never had any problems with the kit. Easy to install. The more pods you get, the more places you can stick em.
 

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I agree with alaskan, boogey lights are the way to go. I had them install a set of their lights on my EG and I can't tell you how many comments I've had about them, even when sitting next to other bikes with LED's from other manufactures. IMHO they are the best of the best.

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anyone have problems with the kuryakn setup. I know a couple guys i ride with have big troubles. They have had problems from the pods spliting, the connections corroding and basically falling off......I personally like the look of them, but dont like adding all the extra wiring/potental problems to my bike......JMOI though
 

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TXCHOP said:
anyone have problems with the kuryakn setup. I know a couple guys i ride with have big troubles. They have had problems from the pods spliting, the connections corroding and basically falling off......I personally like the look of them, but dont like adding all the extra wiring/potental problems to my bike......JMOI though
When I was shoping around for the lights I read a whole bunch of bad reviews on the Kuryakyn Spyder lights. Everything said they were pretty much junk, and that the company had no customer service / warranty. This info, coupled with the relatively high cost, made me choose Boogey Lights
 

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sounds good alaskan, I will pass on the info for the boogey lights, the remote setup looks pretty cool....thanks for the link
 

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I have the Ultimate boogey kit with the remote set-up...very slick. No matter where I park it after dark and set it to blink every 4 seconds; I have yet to walk out and not have a crowd gathered for take-off!:cheers:

Boogey's rock!
 
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