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Harley-Davidson: Black LED Lights

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The new Black LED Headlamps and Auxiliary Lamps from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories offer high-performance lighting and a gloss black background that makes these dramatic head lamp look unlike anything else on the road.

LED lights are brighter and whiter in color and provide a superior light pattern over standard incandescent lamps. Compared to the yellow light of a traditional halogen bulb, the LED lamp produces a "daylight color impression" that appears more natural to the eye.

The light is focused with D-shaped lenses so the background of the head lamp does not act as a reflector, and can be coated gloss black. The solid-state LEDs are designed for long life, and the shock- and vibration-resistant lamp assembly mounts into existing light housings.

Installation for your Harley-Davidson motorcycle is quick and easy when done by the dealer, using the factory headlamp wiring. No external ballast or complicated wire harness is required.

Harley-Davidson Black LED Headlamps (7-inch diameter: P/N 67700040, $524.95 and P/N 67700042, $494.95; 5.75-inch diameter: P/N 67700043, $399.95) feature two horizontal D-shaped lenses that focus light into a pool in front of the motorcycle, and separate high beam and low beam projector lenses that provide a focused beam of light in front.

The 4-inch Black LED Auxiliary Lamps (P/N 68000008, $384.95 set of two) feature three D-shaped lenses that focus the light and provide a matching appearance to the LED headlamps. These lamps replace the original equipment lamps in all models with 4-inch round auxiliary forward lighting. Installation may require separate purchase of Adapter Harness P/N 68355-05.

The Black LED lamps are DOT approved for use in all 50 states and are available to fit many Touring, Trike, Dyna, Softail, Sportster and VRSC motorcycle models. See your authorized Harley-Davidson motorcycle dealer for fitment details.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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