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  1. To my knowledge only the rear signals take the 1156 bulb
  2. Th ethree chrome bulbs are 1156 single element bulbs that are used in the rear signals. The front signals take 1157 dual element bulbs
  3. The Chrome bulbs are 1156 (single element) and only work in the rear signals. The front signals take 1157 dual element bulbs that I do not have in chrome. If you can use a pair of the 1156 bulbs I will be happy to send them to you for postage. The rest will go to Oscar.
  4. I was thinking about dropping them off at the local Advance Auto Parts or PepBoys. Maybe they can use them or give them away or drop them in their garbage can!
  5. I am cleaning out my garage a bit and found a box that has a bunch of left over stuff from when I was a Clear Alternatives distributor. I still speak with Tobin, the owner occasionally. They are no more. I have 14 amber 1157 bulbs and 6 1156 amber bulbs that I am about to throw in the garbage. Three of the 1156 (single element) bulbs are the Titanium or some called them chrome bulbs. Back in the day they sold for $10 a piece, now pretty much worthless. Anyone have a need for bulbs that is worth the shipping cost? They probably are more expensive to mail than to buy new ones but tho
  6. I have two left. send me a PM or email at John@bikebits.us
  7. Not available in the USA. The XX itself was not available in the USA in 2005.
  8. Those used to be sold as 1157A Chrome bulbs by Clear Alternatives Some manufactures called them titanium bulbs
  9. I bought a 2016 FJR1300ES from Scott in Colorado in 2017. Eats up miles in far more comfort than my 2001 Bird. They complement each other nicely in the garage. Ride the Bird for local runs up to an hour away but take the FJR when covering any mileage.
  10. Speak for yourself! I am completely secure in my insanity! 🤓
  11. Let it set overnight on the tender before installing it in the bike. Many leave their batteries on a tender indefinitely for months at a time over the winter, without harm.
  12. Dri-Eaz and Phoenix are the biggest name in the Water Damage Industry for dehumidifiers and air movers.
  13. In order to own a repairable unit that will give you 1000's of hours of use trouble free you are going to have to spend $1500.00+ My brothers company owned over 75 Dri-Eaz model 1200's for over 20 years with only a hand full of repairs needed over the years. Said repairs were quick, easy and low cost performed my me in the shop. The cheap china made units at Lowes of the Depot are disposable only with a short life span.
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