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Old 12-10-2001, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Freeride wheels, and Lights

Vistalite Nightstick lights, high and low beams, twin battery setup with remote/battery indicator... New $150, asking $50 OBO

Used, some small dings, nothing that affects performance....Sun Mammoth rims, laced to shimano Deore hubs (36 hole) with DT stainless spokes, 14 guage... Front is twist laced with 400lbs spoke tension, rear is standard 3 cross.. No Cassette... $75 pr...

All prices are OBO, shipping not included... Hugh
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Old 12-10-2001, 10:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm interested in the lights. How old are they? How long does a charge last?
How many watts?
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Sorry if its confusing, i posted that under a friends name last night... Its a variable system, using one bulb with a remote that allows high and low beams... With both batteries, i could ride about 4 hours and still have a charge... I haven't used the set enough to see how long a charge does last... Heres a link

http://www.mtbreview.com/spotlight/l...istalite.shtml

Mine is a bit different, as it uses only one bulb so it last a bit longer... Hugh
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how many watts is the light?
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The system uses 10W when in low beam and 15W when in high beam. There is a chart at the top of that web address that has all the figures.
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