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Old 06-11-2018, 11:52 PM   #8
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Default Re: Which filament is low beam?

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Originally Posted by Tom Wesenberg View Post
It was an optical illusion, and now I see one filament is below the other. The filament on center should be HI beam and the filament placed above center should be LOW beam.

As Tom said, "The filament on center should be HI beam and the filament placed above center should be LOW beam."

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Originally Posted by redmodelt View Post
It is not how bright the lights are but how the beam is aimed, the shape of the reflectors and lens.

redmodelt has an often overlooked and before now new impossible to get right comment.


Ever have one of those focusable flashlights? The bulb output is the same but the light is more useful when focused even seems brighter. The correctly shaped reflectors are available that are also aluminum coated so as to be as close to polished silver without worry about tarnish.
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