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Hi. I have a 2015 grizzly 700 and I'm looking to swap out the factory bulbs to a good led bulb without having to get a kit or anything. Just a straight up switch. I was hoping someone could let me know which led bulbs I should go for. I'm not even sure of which bulb type I need to get. I did read somewhere where it said to watch out of the wattage and heat output. Please help me out. Thank you.

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X2 I am thinking maybe some colored ones? Hit us up!
 

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Hey Tusak, I decided to do some research and just Google LED light bulbs for 2015 Grizzly 700 and you should get several direct switch out options. I am looking at maybe some halo angel eyes to go on the outside of mine for some color. Good luck buddy!
 

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Hey Tusak, I decided to do some research and just Google LED light bulbs for 2015 Grizzly 700 and you should get several direct switch out options. I am looking at maybe some halo angel eyes to go on the outside of mine for some color. Good luck buddy!
This seems like a simple solution, however, the bulb housings on the Grizzly were not designed to reflect LED bulbs. This is where the problem lies. A simple bulb switch will not be a solution to a lighting issue, as you will have less light. More modification needs to be done. Or perhaps a factory replacement LED headlamp option. If anyone knows whether or not the '16+ headlights can be mounted to the older machines that would be a complete solution, or if there are aftermarket companies that make the LED headlight units that fit various different machines.
 

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Hey Tusak, I decided to do some research and just Google LED light bulbs for 2015 Grizzly 700 and you should get several direct switch out options. I am looking at maybe some halo angel eyes to go on the outside of mine for some color. Good luck buddy!
This seems like a simple solution, however, the bulb housings on the Grizzly were not designed to reflect LED bulbs. This is where the problem lies. A simple bulb switch will not be a solution to a lighting issue, as you will have less light. More modification needs to be done. Or perhaps a factory replacement LED headlamp option. If anyone knows whether or not the '16+ headlights can be mounted to the older machines that would be a complete solution, or if there are aftermarket companies that make the LED headlight units that fit various different machines.
There are many different aftermarkets that offer a brighter more efficient bulb. (Or so they say) but I believe Tusak was looking for a way to use stock headlights just a different bulb. Thank you for explaining why this won't work. Kinda bummed that I didn't find the solution but it's better save some money.
 

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If you can get a part # you can go to Superbrightleds.com and cross over the # to a led bulb. I don't know how well it will work on the headlight but I did that for my taillight bulb and it made a big difference in brightness on my 08.
 
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