Speedway Guide 682-C Style 12 Volt Headlight, Black
Universal Fit, Bulb/Lens/Housing Assembly Headlight Component, Round Shape, H-4 Bulb Type
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To get that period correct look, these headlights are what you need. They have a clear marker light with five amber LEDs, and H4 halogen blub. 12 volt operation with a 7" diameter light.
Clear lens marker light features a 5 led panel with a dual circuit function. One circuit will function as a low brightness output with the second circuit having a high brightness output. This allows for the marker light to be used for both the running/marker light and for the turn signals as needed.
- This headlight has a standard 7” headlight that has a replaceable H4 bulb
- Overall diameter at front is 8-1/2”
- Front to back overall dimension is 8-1/2”
- Overall height from mounting base surface to top of marker light is 10-3/4”
Sold each, two make a pair.
Headlight Wiring Chart (GIF)
Headlight Wiring Instructions:
Headlight metal housing - must be grounded (-)
5 Wire loom:
Braided Green - Headlight bulb low beam (+)
Braided Red - Headlight bulb high beam (+)
Braided Black - Ground wire for headlight bulb (-)
Braided White- Top Mount Marker Light Low function (+)
Braided Brown- Top Mount Marker Light High function (+)
- Overall Diameter: 8 ½"
- Overall Depth: 8 ½"
- Height from bottom of mount to top of upper light is 10 ¾"
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