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Will these headlight housing work?

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Will there headlight houseing work on my 05?? I know it says up to 04 but they look like they will fit....
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I would call them and ask. I would say no just because 99-04 were different headlights than the 05-07.

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those are puuuuuurtyyyy
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I would think that if they state up to 04 , the mounting is what will hurt. the 04 and 05 have different core supports ....when updating an 04 , you need to trim some out. so running an 04 light on an 05, you may not have a proper way to mount it.

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04 headlights and 05 headlights mount the same. The 05 lights are just deeper. Personally, I'd get the regular Harley lights


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eric i thought about getting the harley ones but i like the little leds in them and they have them in chrome too?? Does anyone have a picture of the core supports between the 2 years??
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Why settle for little leds when you can have a set of big ones!




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where can i get a set of those at??
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where can i get a set of those at??
These are the bulbs that I have been using, and are in the video, but they only seem to last 1-2 years before some of the leds start going out:
5K WHITE AMBER DUAL COLOR TYPE 2 CHANGING SWITCHBACK 92 TURN SIGNAL BULBS 3157 3157NA 3357 3457 4157 4057 | 1 PAIR - SwitchBack LED - 3157 - 3156 LED - Bulb #


But these are a newer design that will work better, be brighter, and last longer!
I would definitely recommend these: http://www.vleds.com/bulb/3157-3156-...57-1-pair.html

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