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Thread: Niterider HID bike lights

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    Flashaholic
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    Default Niterider HID bike lights

    I have a chance to possible get some Niterider hids for a very good price. A local bike shop tech got them for his team an used them once for a 24hr event
    Not sure how many exactly, but I was told they had less than 10 hrs on them and he was going to let them go cheap. (low two hundreds)

    I thought I would just put this out their, if anyone might have had an intrest in an hid bike light. I will know price an how many available monday when I go to the shop

    I plan to be their when they open cause I don`t know who else knows about them.
    Worse case sernerio, someone beats me to them and their all gone.

    For any that might be interesed, let me know here (hope this is ok ) and I`ll report back here tomorrow. (mon afternoon)

    Eric

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    Default Re: Niterider HID bike lights

    If they are the Lithium-ion versions, I might be interested. I will check back tomorrow evening. Thanks
    You have to decide what your priorities are and have the courage--pleasantly, smilingly, non-apologetically--to say no to other things. And the way to do that is by having a bigger yes burning inside. The enemy of the best is often the good.

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    Default Re: Niterider HID bike lights

    Well guys, their were 7 niterider blowtorches for sale. Five were being sold as a walked in. I bought one. One possibly still left.

    Came with NR bag,13.2v 4ah nimh, light, charger, cords, and instructions. $230

    I can contact the guy to see if that one is still left. Let me know

    Eric

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    Default Re: Niterider HID bike lights

    I was hoping for the Lithium-ion, thanks a bunch for the effort.
    You have to decide what your priorities are and have the courage--pleasantly, smilingly, non-apologetically--to say no to other things. And the way to do that is by having a bigger yes burning inside. The enemy of the best is often the good.

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