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I am planning a complete conversion of all my stop, tail and turn signals to high output LEDS in anticipation of adding a trailer soon. Rudy turned me on to a site called Super Bright LED's. I understand the LEDs don't have the same resistance as filament bulbs and therefore do not trigger the flasher unit properly. It is my understanding this problem can be overcome using a digital flasher unit... also available from the Super Bright site. My question is: if I replace the OEM flasher unit with a digital one... do I still need a load equalizer? That seems rather redundant to me. Isn't the load equalizer used for for conversion where only some of the lights are being converted. I plan on doing them ALL!
 

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some where on here there is a discusion on this & if I remember right you do not need both
 

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Found ithttp://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/view_topic.php?id=10456&forum_id=1&highlight=led+conversion
 

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U da man! Thanks
 
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