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    Wait, what!?
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    Lights

    I just picked these up for 10 bucks, so I dont really mind of they are sh!t, I just want to know if anyone can tell me what model they are. One if the lights doesnt work, but the bulbs are replaceable, right? Thanks
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    Niterider Classic Dual Beam. Yes bulbs are replaceable. Any niterider dealer will carry them.

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    Bulbs are replaceable but chances are the batteries are dead on those old systems. Battery Plus can rebuild them for you - it's pricey but is still cheaper than buying a new system.

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    Bulbs are replaceable but chances are the batteries are dead on those old systems. Battery Plus can rebuild them for you - it's pricey but is still cheaper than buying a new system.
    How much?? I dusted off my old Vista-Lites to use a few months ago only (and expectedly) to find the Nicads no longer hold a charge. I can order the parts online and rebuild the packs myself for under $60 but I really don't have time for another project (especially this time of year ) tx!

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    Kathleen in AZ
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2equis
    How much?? I dusted off my old Vista-Lites to use a few months ago only (and expectedly) to find the Nicads no longer hold a charge. I can order the parts online and rebuild the packs myself for under $60 but I really don't have time for another project (especially this time of year ) tx!
    Price varies considerably depending on the battery. You really need to just take it to them for an estimate. good luck!

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    I had a planet bike light rebuild for about $85. A new one from PB was $110 then and parts to do it myself with quality batteries was $60. I figured my time at my going rate+I am not an electroniics guy made having Baterries Plus do it was better. It worked great for the next year I used it when I got a new light, let them sit without conditioning and they died again!
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    Couldn't you of just rode with the Surefire in the 3rd pic? They're bright enough

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