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Need to change the headlight bulb since the low beam doesn't work anymore, but do not find the part number. Can anybody help me?

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You do not need a part no for a head light globe simply remove the existing globe go to any motor cycle dealer they will be able to match it for even auto electricians & most servicestaions can do the same.Regards Geoff

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