Delta 01-1159-LEDA 7 Inch LED DOT Hi/Lo Beam Headlights w/Turn Signals
These 7" Led headlight kits from Delta are available in Hi/Lo Beam and powered by a 25 watt CREE diode. Delta Tech's lead prismatic lens delivers unprecedented power, clarity and near daylight illumination at 6,000 kelvin and 3000 Lumen per light while only drawing 2 Amps. These LED headlights have a vacuum metalized metal reflectors that hermetically sealed to the lens that protects from moisture and dust by a rubber boot. These headlights features 2nd built in bulb to work as a functional turn signal, European precision lead-crystal prismatic lens with a classic curve not plastic like the competition. Major features include the serviceability of components allowing for easy replacement of any specific component rather than replacing entire unit.
- Prismatic lead crystal lens
- Four coating finish parabolic reflectors
- Hermitically sealed
- Plug and Play Instillation
- 25 Watt Cree LED
- Made in The USA
- 2 headlamps per Kit
- Comes with 2nd built in Amber bulb to work as a Blinker/Turn Signal
Delta Lights Warranty (PDF)
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