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Come around a blind corner and meet a Herd of Roosevelt Elk... and you'll find it's not only brown, but has splotches of yellow in it!A friend was riding home after visiting me on Exmoor when a red deer stag leapt out from the right and jumped diagonally over him leaving a muddy smear on his shoulder and helmet. He said that that was when he discovered that adrenaline is brown.
OK Al, what about a report on the performance of the new Globe???I have just received this from Mr Goff. Suitable for 6v, 12v and +/- earth. A sort of universal headlight. Rated at 30w. I have 240v 30w floodlights around my house and they are sharp and bloody bright. This globe (?) is called a Daylighter and I can't wait to try it on the kangaroos.
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I would be interested to know if the only change required to convert a USA headlight back to "normal" is the rim and lens. Were the reflectors also different?Vibrac - I was also confused about the headlamp sizes. In another thread, Simon kindly informed me that what is called the 6.1/2 inch Miller Headlamp on the Series C is the same as the 7 inch model used earlier (PR18/1), which is different from the 8 inch model (PR18) used on early Series B machines.