Just wondering why I don't see lights on the WD's. Did they make a kit or what?? I have a WD 45 and would like to add some. Is there a right or wrong place to put them? Will the "correct police" get after me? Thanks, D
Re: WD 45....no head lights???? in reply to D Weeb, 03-12-2003 18:48:10
underneath the gas tank you should see a round opening with a wing-nut sticking out on each side. This is where the lights go. They are mounted on a pipe that slides into the opening and the wing-nut holds them in place.Sounds like someone has removed them from yours. Just got a couple of lights for a WD from a salvage yard $25.00 here in central Iowa. New ones are available from several vendors.
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