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After Hours Choppers Brass Titmouse LED Tail Light

After Hours Choppers Brass Titmouse LED Tail Light
After Hours Choppers Brass Titmouse LED Tail Light After Hours Choppers Brass Titmouse LED Tail Light After Hours Choppers Brass Titmouse LED Tail Light
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    From After Hours Choppers comes the original Titmouse Tail Light. Available in 6061 Aluminum or 360 Brass these lights feature a red lens with a stainless steel screen and a super bright dual element LED, and a stainless steel mounting screw.



    Lights measure 1.625" OD by 1.625" long.



    Made in California, USA.

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    SKU004021
    MakesUniversal
    Made in the USAYes
    FinishRaw
    MaterialBrass
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    Hi. Do you know how to wire the LED up to a 1971 Triumph. Having trouble trying to get it working with a positive earth. Cheers, Chris.
    A:
    Good Day , As far as I know it is not possible to use an LED light with positive ground . your bike could be wired for negative ground by using a electronic voltage regulator but if it is a stock wiring harness some other thing may need to be done I have not personally done this but any of the custom triumph 650s I have built I will make my own wiring harness and I always make them negative ground when starting from scratch.
    Thanks
    Customer Support | Lowbrow Customs answered on March 20, 2017