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Old 09-07-2015, 05:20 PM
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as I said the only replacements I could find were spots. you can use the headlights Kurt has and change both of them. but one would have to get a couple hight beam pig tails and wire then to your eyelets.
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I have two in the box 4413R's. Two different brands. Looking to trade for two windshield wiper switch housing/box as the cheap plastic box in both of our 1969 Superiors are melted. Superiors mounted the box on the door with a port for the remote mirror toggle.
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The headlight I got from E-bay was a Wagner 4413R and worked perfectly as a replacement for the GE. Thanks to all for your input...
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