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It shouldn't, as long as you do not leave the lights on when the machine off. Also make sure that they do not draw too much power from your atv. Get a basic 12 volt automotive set or an approved atv light set.

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Those are some nice little lights, I would love to see a pic in the dark with just them on to see how bright they are. :smile:

I was thinking of adding an HiD set to mine but didnt know how they would hold up in the rough. Anyone have any input on that?

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Nice pics Desert-Hawk!

I think you can even get a basic set of automotive fog lights in Walmart in the automotive section. CHEAP!

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Nice pics Desert-Hawk!

I think you can even get a basic set of automotive fog lights in Walmart in the automotive section. CHEAP!

I have seen this on a few rides and they seem to not have the type

of glass that rocks bounce off, I'd suggest rock gaurds :yes:

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