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1984-2005 Kawasaki KLR250 LED Light Bar Kit

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Original price $62.99 - Original price $62.99
Original price
$62.99 - $62.99
Current price $62.99
Direct bolt-on LED light bar kit for the 1984-2005 Kawasaki KLR 250 motorcycle. Easy installation does not require any drilling or modifying. This kit utilizes extended shock fork bolts to replace the original lower fork bolts and allowing addition of the LED light bar.

Installation time ~30 minutes

Kit includes:
-30 Watt, LED Light Bar (See end of listing for Light bar specifications).
-Brackets and hardware pre-installed
-2 pairs of wire T-Taps for hooking up light bar to existing high-beam circuit*
-3 Allen keys for servicing light bar

Tools needed for install
-Philips Screwdriver
-10mm Socket (For accessing headlight wiring)
-12mm Socket (OEM fork bolt size)
-13mm Socket (New fork bolt size)
-Basic electrical tools

When tapping into the exiting high-beam circuit, you will need to access the plug going into the back of the headlight and tap into the tires. The wire coloring may change from year to year but on the 2005 KLR250 the wires are as followed

-High beam positive wire (Red/Black)
-Negative wire (Black/Yellow)

*Disclaimer: This lightbar is intended for off-road use. By tapping into the original high-beam circuit for installation you are liable for violating any applicable road laws in your area. You should never tie your LED light bar in with your normal daytime running lights.

Light Bar Specifications
1. Power: 3000 Lumens, 30W (6 pcs x 5W High Intensity LEDs)
2. Beam type: FLOOD 60 degree
3. Operating Voltage: 12V DC
4. Waterproof rate: IP 67
5. Color Temperature: 6000K White
6. Working Temperature:-45 ~+85°C
7. Material: Diecast aluminum alloy housing
8. Lifespan: Over 50,000 Hours

Light bar has a 1-year craftsmanship warranty. Warranty does not cover damage due to incorrect wiring or damage due to accident/operator error.

Installation Tips:

-Only Install using the lower fork bolts, the top bolts will not give you enough clearance for light aim adjustment.

-If you are having trouble getting your new bolts to tighten (and hold the lightbar secure) then the long spacer nut needs to be adjusted (loosened or tightened) as it is binding up.

-If you are finding that any of the bolts loosen over time, apply a small amount of thread-locker paste to the threads of the bolts.

-If your lightbar needs to be adjusted up or down, you can manually adjust it by applying force with your hand.

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