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Kawasaki Vaqero/Voyager ''Daymaker'' style headlight

Just came across this, seems to be bolt on, plug and play setup, cutting and modifying OEM holder ring not required.
As to quality of the light, I got nothing, don't know if it's a low end or top shelf product... but it's very nice to finally have this as an option.
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Now quick post #3 before I can include links...
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Practically any 7" light will fit. The trim ring or modify one is all you need. I purchased a LED daymaker style light from Superbright LED and it has higher specs than JW Speaker light comparing the two.

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Is it possible to buy a holder ring that fits Kawasaki's headlight layout and accommodates Daymaker and it's brackets, so to avoid doing irreversible mods to the OEM ring...?
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Not from all my research and reading several other people's threads who have actually done it. Do a search in the other forum as someone did a little how to.

I purchased a new bracket to modify and still be able to go back. It was $30 and with headlight from Superbright well under the price of the Ebay headlight and I know the specs of the headlight. I believe if I drill out the spot welds I can remove the piece and still be able to put back with bolt and nut - this is only a hunch.

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Is it possible to buy a holder ring that fits Kawasaki's headlight layout and accommodates Daymaker and it's brackets, so to avoid doing irreversible mods to the OEM ring...?

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Thanks for the ideas Jack.
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