Just keep an eye out around Thanksgiving time for deals.
Next time you need a mattress check out Leesa Mattress's.Picked one up for the cabin and found I got a better night sleep,So got a king for here(comes rolled up in a box)Those are some GREAT mattresses.Half the price,Great warrenty, and a 100day you dont like it ,they pick it up with no cost and full refund.
Yes I believe with the pattern I have(2 floods 1 spot on each light)they would be annoying to oncoming traffic.If I were to do it again I would get 2 spots (inner)1 flood outer)I also plan to shim the bottom to aim the lights down alittle.It is nice pulling up to the base of the mountain and seeing whats ahead
With that said,,I ran across 2 razors on the trail with them,and they were pretty bright,but thats what convinced me to take the plunge.
Hoping I won't need another mattress for a long time. I seriously though about getting a Leesa... almost pulled the trigger a few months ago, but I just couldn't do it without actually trying it out first. I know they have the 100 day guarantee, but I didn't want to deal with the return hassle if we didn't like it.
So about the Heritec lights... looks like they have high and low beams built in according to the product description. Do some of the beams shut off when you have the high beams turned off? If so, did you have to do any custom wiring to get that function?
2016 Can-Am Outlander Max XT 650, Brushed Aluminum
2015 Sportsman Touring XP 1000 Bronze Mist, Uni-Filter, 2" lift, 28" Bearclaw HTR's, Cobra HD front axles, Glacier Pro Plow system
2008 Can-Am Outlander Max XT 400, Red
1987 Manitou 24' Pontoon w/ 25HP Merc, bimini top, & propane grill
2014 Aluma 8112 utility trailer (my 'lil toy hauler)
1990 Honda Fourtrax 300, blue, plow machine (Sold)
1986 Yamaha Moto 4 225 (sold)