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Old 06-14-2018, 03:05 PM   #11
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Re: AUX BEAM LED Headlights 72W 8000lm

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The nice thing about the ADV Monster is that you can separate the H4 socket from the body. That enables you to put the dust cap back on, and then slide the body in. It is anchored in the socket by turning it clockwise.
But when I turned it all the way in, the light was not horizontal, so I turned it back a bit so it's parralel to the ground. Not sure if that's a design error or intentional.

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How did you get the dust cap on with the Auxbeams? I barely fit those caps around the bulb fans and those fans are sitting inside the dust cap. Even though the airflow is there, it is most likely constricted, and I feel like this is cause for melting down the road. What's your experience?
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Old 06-14-2018, 03:16 PM   #12
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Re: AUX BEAM LED Headlights 72W 8000lm

You can't get the dust cap on with the Auxbeam. I had no issues with the heat. I doubt the air gets hot enough to melt plastic. A halogen bulb is a heater in comparison.
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Old 06-14-2018, 03:18 PM   #13
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Re: AUX BEAM LED Headlights 72W 8000lm

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You can't get the dust cap on with the Auxbeam. I had no issues with the heat. I doubt the LEDs get hot enough to melt plastic. A halogen bulb is a heater in comparison.
I got them on. My bulb sockets look like uncircumcised. Pictures to come lol.

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