Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: NW,Oregon Coast
My guess its a [Screw-in , or a Bayonet bulb , or more likely a] flange with a notch in it.
My old Union Halogen headlight the bulb was fitted from the back
my newer Schmidt E6 the reflector unscrewed, and still you had the glass in a position
to be possibly untouched installing it. both flange type bulbs..
headlights + taillights =3w
if there is a taillight wired to the dynamo it will be 0.6w. the headlight 2.4w to still = a 3w load.
No taillight , the headlight is 3w. halogen bulbs should not be touched with your fingers
and need be oil free on the glass .. or they burn out early.
Isn't there an FW Evans shop, still in London,(?) I went there in 1988 ..
Last edited by fietsbob; 10-24-13 at 11:18 AM.