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06-05-2019 11:52 AM
DCinCT got some 4411 lamps in the garage I no longer for the shipping and they are yours...

anyone else perhaps interested send me a private message and I'll get you a shipping quote.
06-04-2019 10:04 PM
oldtraf + 1 on the 4411 replacement lamps Napa Auto LMP 4411
06-04-2019 09:05 PM
fokkerdr3ww1 i have a 09 C50 that i put a light bar on with led lights plus the halo...i got the bar and the lights off ebay...the bar is heavy duty chrome metal and the driving lights are chromed plastic with visors...i wired the driving leds to my led headlight circuit and have had no front turn signals are also led and they connect to the bottom of the new light really looks nice...i spent less than $50 for the setup(driving lights and mounting bar)
04-15-2019 10:34 PM
Chedell I've used the plug in the headlight on a VL800, C50 and a C109.. I've never had a problem. I use the amber sealed beams
04-15-2019 03:21 PM
Skrapiron People with the OEM light bar usually go with the Tractor Supply 4411 sealed beam lamp as a replacement.
04-15-2019 03:02 PM
FireManC50 Don't have experience with OEM light bar, but isn't it possible to swap-out the "bulb" with an LED, PAR36? I've see some sealed beam available, but the price range is very wide, from $15-$125.
04-15-2019 02:43 PM
Skrapiron Those lights pull A LOT of current. They also are not very vibration resistant and tend to fail after several months. They are also sealed beam lights, meaning you have to replace the ENTIRE lamp when it burns out.
04-15-2019 11:24 AM
RebornxSaints Thank you!!!! 😁
Manufacturer part number: 990A0-72005
Looks like Ebay is the least expensive place to get it. 👍
04-15-2019 11:02 AM
FireManC50 I would be comfortable buying this one of eBay: sticker says it is V-L800 2001 model year. I've seen a few more saying NOS with early 2000 model years.
04-14-2019 09:44 PM
Originally Posted by Skrapiron View Post
DO NOT plug your light bar into the "accessory" plug in the headlight bucket, UNLESS you want to deal with melted wires and potential electrical fires.

A light bar, no matter WHAT you choose will draw too much current and will overload the circuit and cause the wires and connectors to melt. If you have to use a light bar, wire in a relay that gets its power straight from the battery.
Thanks for the warning!!
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