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Brute 750 Lighting

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Any Replacement Headlamps Brighter Than Originals Available. Need Replacements And Unable To Locate Anything But From Dealer. Oem's Not Bright Enough.

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I know that PIAA makes some replacement bulbs. You can look here: PIAA

Allot of those Kawasaki's are an H6M bulb, not sure what's in that Brute Force though.

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Let me know if you find something aftermarket, I'm curious...

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