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    Got new lights, opionions? (pics!)

    Lights are just a basic cateye set. I think with a second headlight if you spread them a little it would be adequate for basic night riding for visability. $40 for the set of tail and headlight.

    http://www.amazon.com/Cateye-EL010-L.../dp/B002HHXM2M

    Reflective tape was $10 for a roll.




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    Senior Member Richard Cranium's Avatar
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    Looks like a good deal for the price.

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    Century bound Phil85207's Avatar
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    plus batteries. Depending on how long they are on and on what setting, would depend on what the monthly cost would be.
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    Taking on a long hill is like fighting a Gorilla. You don't stop when you are tired, You stop when the Gorilla is tired.

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    Zoom zoom zoom zoom bonk znomit's Avatar
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    I use the 101 uno light as a backup. It throws a nice bright spot but its quite small. The single battery runs out with little warning.

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    I already have a bunch of sanyo eneloope batteries on hand. So no worries there! I can keep an extra AA and two AAA in my seat bag with all my tools.

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