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Hey thanks guys for the offers but after Contacting Suzuki Canada, USA, and Japan I got my answer the Lense Assembly Replacement number 99950-70276-001 I am told it comes with the little lamp that fits in the chrome holder and a lamp visors which includes the chrome rings, for $69 dollars.

So here's to hoping that me calling around the world didn't get me the wrong answer . Either way I ordered the part so it should be in for next week. If the ring isn't in there then I will most defiantly look you two up, and I appreciate the offers.

The best part was when I called Suzuki USA the guy on the other end of the phone was wondering how the heck I was getting these numbers because only apparently dealers are only suppose to be able to get those numbers. I just told him I was that good lol.

So thanks again for the offers guys, as I said if the ring is missing then I will be back ^_^ but lets hope the Suzuki Japan and Canada were right and the rings in there. Maybe there actually was a smart person out there who realized if you break your light you will kill the chrome ring that's why its an assembly unit. Plus $69 dollars is a little expensive for a little lense and reflective inside so *figures crossed* I will know next week either way lol.
Hey so do you think they'd be able to replace an Left OEM lightbar bracket for my C50, mine has some cosmetic damage I'd like to replace?
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So, you don't need the lens I was fixing to ship tomorrow???
03VolRider - I believe you were shipping the lens to me, and I still need it.
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03VolRider - I believe you were shipping the lens to me, and I still need it.
Sorry, my mistake. trying to get rid of too much stuff. hard to keep up with it. I will ship it tomorrow, Sorry again

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Ok well! As you all know I busted a light on my OEM assembly bar by my first post. Showing it all busted up. AND I want to THANK the 2 people who offered me chrome O rings.

But the Lense Assembly Replacement number 99950-70276-001 that I posted actually was the WHOLE full replacement. I mean lense, bulb, ALL the chrome even the nut, washer, and bolt at the bottom. So all I had to do was pull out the wires for the old one and stick them into this one, taking nothing apart the wires just slide in the back in. I will post a few pictures, ya can see the tiny 2 wires on the laying on its side view. But yeah if you ever bust up one of your 2 little lights on your light bar all you need is:

Lense Assembly Replacement number 99950-70276-001
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Ok well! As you all know I busted a light on my OEM assembly bar by my first post. Showing it all busted up. AND I want to THANK the 2 people who offered me chrome O rings.

But the Lense Assembly Replacement number 99950-70276-001 that I posted actually was the WHOLE full replacement. I mean lense, bulb, ALL the chrome even the nut, washer, and bolt at the bottom. So all I had to do was pull out the wires for the old one and stick them into this one, taking nothing apart the wires just slide in the back in. I will post a few pictures, ya can see the tiny 2 wires on the laying on its side view. But yeah if you ever bust up one of your 2 little lights on your light bar all you need is:

Lense Assembly Replacement number 99950-70276-001
Do you know what part number I need just to get the nut? I think I put it in to loosely when I changed the light bulb. I have the bolt but no nut. I cant seem to find it online anywhere with out purchasing the whole lens assy
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