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Old 09-07-2006, 09:53 PM   #5
Chp_Stix
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Join Date: Sep 2005
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Now for the LED’s

Get your 8 LED’s notice the long and short side, long = + (positive) short = - (negative) you will need to solder these together like so.



Once you have these 4 sets of LED’s soldered together you are ready to being the installation of your halos. Kinda… first we need to cut the halos to accept the LED do not drill but rather follow these diagrams.


Now we are ready to begin drilling and installing the Halos, now this really depends on your personal preference the orientation etc of your rings. If you notice in the picture below I have one half on the top and one on the bottom with the LED’s to the sides. I have 2 (1/16”) holes on either end of the ring half about a ¼” from the end of the ring half where I have a small screw holding them in place (Size of screw is unknown but I am talking small just use some really small screws and you will be fine) I also have two holes for the LEDS side by side so that one LED points up and the other would point down towards your ring halves.


WIREING: this is really a skill based process as I am not a skilled soldered I just figured it out; you will want to figure this out as what best works for you. I joined a 10” wire to the + of one pair of LED’s and one of the same length to the – of the same pair then using a 5” piece I joined the two sets of LED’s together and ran the wires out the back of the headlamp case like in the picture below. Repeat this process for the other side.

I then silicone this opening with clear silicon.
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