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View Poll Results: Where should I mount the lights?
Option 1 - Between the headlights 71 47.33%
Option 2 - on the sides 3 2.00%
Option 3 - on the roll bar 10 6.67%
Option 4 - on the windshield 9 6.00%
Option 5 - on the bull bar 38 25.33%
OPtion 6 - retain existing ones & add D shackles in the front 11 7.33%
Option 7 - none. upgrade existing lights 6 4.00%
Option 8 - Other. Please specify 2 1.33%
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Old 22nd August 2011, 19:41   #76
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I ventured out and got 6 work lights from Hella. My day at Opera house didnt go waste.

Hella they said had the best reflector and bulb and even on my asking for a 100W bulb for it,
Gogi Bhai,

It was a good choice to go for Hella (even without the discount). Their build quality, glass and reflector are way too superior to others.

A 100W would heat the small housing as it has no vents, keep on the original Hella lamp provided.
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Where can I get Hella headlamps for the Gypsy in Bangalore?

I cant find it online anywhere.

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Where can I get Hella headlamps for the Gypsy in Bangalore?

I cant find it online anywhere.

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Here you go:

Hella India : Retailer Locator
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Old 23rd August 2011, 12:49   #79
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Thanks. Already been there. I meant to say, I can't find a product on the website that matches my requirement. No phone numbers listed for the retailers as well, but I could find that out online.

Can somebody point me to the correct part number online? I am only able to find aux lights not OE replacement parts.

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where can I buy Neolites in Mumbai - any specific shot in Opera ?

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where can I buy Neolites in Mumbai - any specific shot in Opera ?
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Theres a Nolite store in the Jeep Galli in Opera House. Its approximately 100mtrs on your right after you enter the Galli. You cant miss the Neolite board.

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hi, can u please give the shop address and number. thanks
I dont remember the name but its an authorized Hella dealer in Jeep Galli in Opera House. Its about three four shops after the Neolite dealer. Again you cant miss the Hella board.
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Theres a Nolite store in the Jeep Galli in Opera House. Its approximately 100mtrs on your right after you enter the Galli. You cant miss the Neolite board.

I dont remember the name but its an authorized Hella dealer in Jeep Galli in Opera House. Its about three four shops after the Neolite dealer. Again you cant miss the Hella board.
V-16, can you share Phone Numbers for said Neolite dealer ? I am Interested in Halogen 1010 or Halogen 1111. Are those lamps are coming with wiring kit, relays and Bulbs or Just plain vanila Lamp casing with reflectors. Is it possible to add additional filters like blue/yellow in front of them ?
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V-16, can you share Phone Numbers for said Neolite dealer ? I am Interested in Halogen 1010 or Halogen 1111. Are those lamps are coming with wiring kit, relays and Bulbs or Just plain vanila Lamp casing with reflectors. Is it possible to add additional filters like blue/yellow in front of them ?
Sorry mate, dont have his number and as far as i know, theres no wiring available with the kit, nor does the Hella one come with wiring. Im sure you can add filters of all colours but i doubt any were made specially for these lamps. These are worklights and how many work lights do we see in different colours? On the other hand it should not be too difficult to make a filter for these lights.
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Sorry mate, dont have his number and as far as i know, theres no wiring available with the kit, nor does the Hella one come with wiring. Im sure you can add filters of all colours but i doubt any were made specially for these lamps. These are worklights and how many work lights do we see in different colours? On the other hand it should not be too difficult to make a filter for these lights.
No problem brother, I will contact HO of neolite and try to find out nearest possible dealer. Now about Hella they come with Bulbs, relay, Dashboard switch and wiring/wiring harness. Please check "Unboxing Hella" Post (The Hella Experience - 500 FF) by RajeshSundaram. As long as I know Neolite come without bulbs but not sure so would like confirm with you. However Pricing is a huge diff Hella 4.5K to 5.5K and similar Neolite 0.8K to 1.1K a Pair. even with aftermarket wiring, switch and relay they may fit 2K to 2.25K so almost 1/2 of Hellas. My Highway drives and Late night Driving is not much. I usually drive at 80/90 and 100/110 at the most, I can manage with little bit lower performance and save some money. But if there is huge performance diff then I can consider Hella also. In short "Paisa Vasul" (VFM) principle.
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V-16, can you share Phone Numbers for said Neolite dealer ? I am Interested in Halogen 1010 or Halogen 1111. Are those lamps are coming with wiring kit, relays and Bulbs or Just plain vanila Lamp casing with reflectors. Is it possible to add additional filters like blue/yellow in front of them ?
I hv this details from same Jeep galli of Mumbai at opera house. Hope it will help.

JAI AUTO AGENCIES
Auth. distributors for HELLA and other brand also.
( Automotive lightings, Accessories, Electricals, & Radiators)

Ph : 022 - 2367 9806, 2368 2669, 30029494

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As long as I know Neolite come without bulbs but not sure so would like confirm with you.
The neolites that we have purchased always came with the 50/55W bulbs included.
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I hv this details from same Jeep galli of Mumbai at opera house. Hope it will help.

JAI AUTO AGENCIES
Auth. distributors for HELLA and other brand also.
( Automotive lightings, Accessories, Electricals, & Radiators)

Ph : 022 - 2367 9806, 2368 2669, 30029494
I contacted Jai Auto Just now. They are distributors of Hella and Lumax. Considering Figo he stated that either 500FF or 700FF will be too big and would not suit Figo well, Finally Suggested Commet 450 @ Rs. 1750/- per piece without any wiring or relay. Relay will cost about Rs.100/- and Wiring/installation to be done on our own. However for discounting he kept option open and asked me to finalize the Product then he can do something about it.

Thanks a lot for the contact info.
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The neolites that we have purchased always came with the 50/55W bulbs included.
Thanks for info, Do you have any contact details of dealer from whom you have purchased them till date ? If yes can you share with us ?
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Thanks for info, Do you have any contact details of dealer from whom you have purchased them till date ? If yes can you share with us ?
It's nearly 5-6 shops before Jai Auto as mentioned below in the same line. There are lots of neolites hanging outside his shop. Don't remember the name.
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It's nearly 5-6 shops before Jai Auto as mentioned below in the same line. There are lots of neolites hanging outside his shop. Don't remember the name.
Well I live in Kolhapur so would like to Contact by Phone and buy them. If you could locate the earlier bills then probably I may get the information I need.
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