Spot Lights Usage

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by DWillRide, Nov 24, 2012.

  1. DWillRide

    DWillRide New Member

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    I bought my very first bike (2010 Ultra Classic) this September. Being new to riding, I haven't done much riding at night yet. Pardon my ignorance, but when should I use the spot lights?
     
  2. nfusion

    nfusion Active Member

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    you should leave your spot lights on at all times makes you more visable day or night to uncaring car drivers
     
  3. titan307

    titan307 Member

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    i keep mine on all the time. im hoping the more lights i have on the easier a cager can see me especially during daylight. Of course when your brights are on they go off but if i knew how to make them stay on then i would use them too.
     
  4. Rubyred

    Rubyred Senior Member

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    I run with mine on all the time also.
     
  5. gusotto

    gusotto Junior Member

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    For $30, Harley has a jumper/cable that allows the spots to stay on when going to high beam.
    New product.
     
  6. gator508

    gator508 Well-Known Member

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    Good advice here, you can't be too visible to the cagers!
     
  7. Iceman24

    Iceman24 Well-Known Member

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    Added them to my FLHX for this very reason (better visibility for me/others). Mine never go off, unless the key's off...
     
  8. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Guest

    Harley Davidson Community This should help:s
     
  9. The4opps1

    The4opps1 Junior Member

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    Going along with all f the posts so far, I too keep mine on at all times. It not only makes you more visible in dimming light, but presents a different light patterns for those cagers coming towards you making you stand out more....
     
  10. Old Mike

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    When it comes to light, more is better! I keep them on all the time, I want to be seen, don't say you didn't see me. Put down your cell phone, coffee, lunch, and what ever.