Himalayan lighting

Yangonnerd

Finally made it
Location
Kalaw, Myanmar
Thanks for your extensive replies, appreciate the input!

I've replaced the stock made in China ones that came with my Indian Version of the Himalayan (since I imported it from India to Myanmar where I currently live) with German ones that came with my car. Same wattage, WAY better lighting. I guess next step is to replace that German made one, with an Osram NIghtbreaker I currently use in my Pickup.


The Cyclops ones seem unavailable to me (can only get things reasonably cheap from Thailand shipped here)
Saw some chinese LED headlight replacements, will try and report for those who would find it interesting.

Thanks again all
 

grymsr

Well travelled
Location
Maine
after installing a couple of LED lights,LIGHT1.JPG the deficiencies of the stock headlight become obvious. these units are smaller and lighter than the first set I tried but they put out plenty of light.
LIGHT3.JPG I used a wiring hook up for a Jeep. It has the relay built in line, which is nice.LIGHT2.JPG
 

Yangonnerd

Finally made it
Location
Kalaw, Myanmar
after installing a couple of LED lights,View attachment 5572 the deficiencies of the stock headlight become obvious. these units are smaller and lighter than the first set I tried but they put out plenty of light.
View attachment 5573 I used a wiring hook up for a Jeep. It has the relay built in line, which is nice.View attachment 5574
Look really nice!!

Those brackets you mounted the aux lights on, where did you get them?
 
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