Ben Harcourt: they are nice to have but the wiring is crap. the switch is cheap and the wires break at the solder points. Cheap cheap cheap
Seamus McFly: You did mean to show what you were doing, right?
RM DZN: nice informative instructions, thank you. i have the same bike and would like to install a lightbar on it as well. please can you advise what brand and model lightbar you installed? thank you.
Jason McGill: what size and amperage fuse does yours use?
Johnny Roberts: I got 2 questions for you; 1) The switch on the the passing light is oem or it has been added by you? 2) Do you know if all the hardware comes with the bracket or we need to buy some hardware separately? Thanks! Nice video!!
Rip roger: waist of utube space didn't you check it before you put it on. I guess this would be ok if you were blind
Tone Nazumg: You are ONE OF THE FEW guys in here providing step by step intructions. HOWEVER, I CANT SEE MOST OF WHAT YOU"RE DOING.
OnTheEdgeInEauClaire: Yamaha OEM. Bought the lights and light bar separately on E Bay. Light bar is different for the Custom and Classic. One extra note, make sure to tighten the bolt that holds the light to the bar very tight or it will come loose.
nc41: What brand was this light bar set up?
ZHarleyMan: can't see what you doing....
2008 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic Passing Light Install Part 1.mpg5
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