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I just installed a set of Kawell Led Lights (there 60 degree flood lights, slim design) I've used them in several other applications (Trucks and Jeeps) and have not had any issues with them yet. I completely removed the stock headlight out of the Kodiak and replaced them with these. (Bright as ****) the only down side was the switch on your handlebars has a low and high setting and you only use low (I guess you could wire another set some where else and when you switch to the high beams it will turn on both sets of lights). I started by grinding of the light mount on the Led Light. Then removed the mounting clips from the factory lights and installed them on the Led Lights (use the clip to mark the spot to drillout). I drilled through 2 fins on each side to allow longer screws. Placed the lights in the sockets and used a nylon spacer on each side of the lights (1/4 inch thick was perfect, I picked up the screws and nylon spacers at Lowes for $6.00). I then cut the headlight wire 3 inches after the connector to allow you to be able to remove easily in the future (just unplug the Light like normal). I did use water tight electrical connectors and heat shrink. No cut drilling or anything to the grill on the Kodiak, the lights fit perfectly. Here are a few pics.

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They look great but would you be able to get a shot of them at night? Would love to see how light is spread in a condition like that vs indoors with natural daylight shooting in.
 
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