Get both the mounts and the lamps and you have everything you need to bolt on and hook up without mods. NOTE: The Yamaha passing lamps are virtual sealed beams. What that means is the 35watt bulbs are glued into the housing; though it makes replacing the bulbs very difficult it's not impossible. Its a lot cheaper replacing a $4.00 bulb than a $60.00 lamp.Farmall,
The mounts for a Liner passing lamps is a little more about $183. Lights $118. The switch is there mounted on the handlebars. So I am thinking about $300. Some question about those wires being there. I think they are.
Do any of you know where to get or what type of bulbs i should buy to replace mine? I have the stock passing lamps on an 05 Road Star Silverado. One of mine is out and i pulled the bulb housing and it says 12v 35 watt but i don't know if it is a two pin or just what needs replacing?I understand Yamaha has an replacement assembly now. Replacing both bulbs, the 35 watt and the 5 watt for about $15 each light.
My lights don't seem as white as I remember them when new. I have been thinking of replacing them.
Yes, I checked the link you provided here and i believe that it would be the Halogen replacement bulb rather than the sealed beam. I did notice the other link you had were the passing lights for the Liner and they are different. I also assume nicer with the two bulbs as well.Jdmac,
The bulbs I spoke of are for the Liners. The Liner has a passing lamp with two bulbs. A 35 watt and a 5 watt. Not sure what your Road Star has but this should be a replacement you can get from your dealer. If it is not a sealed beam you should be able to get it at an Auto parts store or Wall Mart. Just take a look at your bulb number and wattage.
Thanks for all your help Dave, That is the correct link for the Star brand replacements.JDmac,
I think this is the link you need.