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One of my high beams went out on my '89 wing. I haven't looked into it yet, but assume it's a pain to get to, just to change the bulb. Should I replace them both while I'm in there?
 

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Couldn't hurt, that way you know they are both new and don't have to worry that the old one might go out anytime now. :waving:
 

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Think about this.......... they were put in at the same time.
Hummmmmmmmmm

Inveribly when I change a headlight on cars at work, a week or two latter it is in for the other bulb. Now I just do both.
 

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I changed one and left the other. Now I have two different colors of bulbs. Looks weird....but everyone knows it is my bike when I am riding with a group!

I was too cheap to buy two. It takes about 15 minutes of dinking around to get to the bulbs.
 

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Thanks for the link - couldn't find it when I searched. It looks like it will take ME more than 5 minutes, but that is a very good write-up, so shouldn't be a problem.
 

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Thanks all - looks like both bulbs is my best bet.
 
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