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Old 24th June 2008
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has anyone used the sparto replica with the extended lens, if so if you have any pics I would love to see how it looks.
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i dont run one but they are awesome tail lights. it'll look great......
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thanks for the info, they look great in the mag but the only thing I was wondering is that the lis. mount plate looks kinda small, how does that work, do you have to drill holes in plate etc.
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i think you gotta drill tag holes.http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/SPART...spagenameZWDVW
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You can get a brace that bolts to the light... and then has holes that line up with your plate from JP... just flat stock with holes at different spots... I run a repop with LED in it for brightness.. You could prolly make your own cheap...
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i used the regular sparto on my cb. it didnt have holes for the plate, kinda sucked, you could drill some i guess. i would think mine was the same size as the extended lens.


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