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Old 12-29-2013, 11:02 PM   #15
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Hey Derek, the lights are just held on with two screws. They can be hard to get out, and one of mine broke. Good time to upgrade to LED's! I just did all mine, but I'm not happy with the result. I found a thread with the LED's that have two wires and a space under for connectors. The ones I got ground to the frame. I thought I did an ok job but now I have a short so I think ill do the whole job again. The LED lights are really nice...
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