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Product Review

Helmet Light

LEAD-DOG Helmet Light


The LEAD-DOG Helmet Light was installed on a two-stroke 2001 Yamaha Blaster.

The wiring looked intimidating in the package. However, once opened, the directions walked you through the installation easily. My neighbor put it on for me, and it only took about 15 minutes.

When attaching the light to the helmet, make sure you have a clean surface to attach the Velcro. Test fit the light in the desired location with a friend "holding" the light in place. Check to make sure the light won't be shining too high or too low. Once you are happy with the location, attach the Velcro permanently.


The LEAD-DOG Helmet Light provided more light ahead than the stock Blaster head lights and they work well off to the side when scouting for trails or looking for bends.  

The downside of my 2-stroke is it has no battery and you have to have your quad running to have the light work.

It takes some getting used to, since you’re attached to the quad with a plug. When back at camp, remember to disconnect yourself before getting off the quad.

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