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My headlight's high beam projects too high.  I've tried adjusting with the two knobs located next to the headlight but can not seem to make the beam lower (or higher for that matter).  Anyone else have this problem or know how to properly adjust the beam?

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29 minutes ago, Too Tall said:

My headlight's high beam projects too high.  I've tried adjusting with the two knobs located next to the headlight but can not seem to make the beam lower (or higher for that matter).  Anyone else have this problem or know how to properly adjust the beam?

At the beginning it seems to me the same, but if you insist, they change position.

Please remember that the two screws need clockwise (left screw) and anti-clockwise (right screw) movement. I think the best is to position the bike in front of a clear (white) wall (in the dark) and mark the start position of the flow with a pencil (on the wall); so ou could see the movement which are really really infintesimal...

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Here's another thread addressing that question.  

 

 

 

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