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JubeePrince, TR6Ray
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#800448 03/09/2020 12:18 AM
by JubeePrince
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That time you pulled up to a friend's house at dusk and forgot to turn the lights (LED head and taillight) off......for an HOUR and ten minutes!! You come back out, headlight is shining just as bright as can be into the woods. Turn light off, say a prayer, start bike with one kick on a Boyer MKIII, and Bob's yer Uncle!

I wouldn't have believed it if it hadn't happened to me about an hour and a half ago. Really wished I had a multimeter to see what the voltage was on that battery before it got recharged on the way home...

I have a new found love of LED lighting

Cheers,

Steve
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by TR6Ray
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Nice, Steve! This gave me a chance to try out the new "Like" button without adding a stupid, unnecessary comment. Oh, wait . . .
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