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Headlights for Grizzly 80's

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I just purchased 2 Grizzly 80's for my 8 and 12 year olds for xmas.

They are both new to ATV's and have ridden them twice now and are loving it...

I want to add headlights, and wasn't able to find anything with my feable web search. I know I could figure it out, but figured that someone out there might get me a head start.


Steve H.

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First of all they dont come with lights because the Stator will not Support the Watts...

I think you will find that you will have to Replace the Stator with one for RickyStator...I know this is what I have to do with my sons 90......

I have not done any Research on the 80....So dont take any of this for Fact....LOL!!!! But I would do some Research on the Stator for the 80 and how many watts it puts out....

Hmmmm,,,,,,could not find your Stator.....


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I concur with MWKE I wanted to make my son's Predator 90 fake headlight real and I was afraid that the stator and the battery couldn't handle the added strain.

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I have a sportsman 90 that I have been thinking about putting a pair of LED flashlights into the fake headlamp assembly. More to be seen... than for practical illumination.

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