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Old 02-04-12, 01:59 AM
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Originally Posted by hopperja View Post
Anytime I ride I have my DiNotte 140R on the back. If I'm pulling a trailer - and I've done my fair share - I have my DiNotte 140R on the back of the trailer. Day or night.

Truth is, most bicycle lights don't require a wiring harness, only a light and power source (battery, generator hub, etc). And, most bicycle lights are relatively easy to move from bike to bike to trailer and back.
True, and I have to admit that I have been looking for a taillight to replace the reflector on my Big Tow. But never found one that I was happy with.
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