1157 LED Brake/Running Light Replacement Bulb

$5.00
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Tired of replacing fragile incandescent brake and running light bulbs? Look no further. These LED bulbs fit the same sockets as traditional 1157 dual filament brake and running lights and last exponentially longer than their archaic counterparts. Vetted on the rough and tumble roads on all 4200+ miles of the 2014 Motorcycle Cannonball Brough Superior, these bulbs performed perfectly without any problems whatsoever. Just swap these in and be on your way. Reduce the draw on your electrical system too; these bulbs draw 2 watts, while traditional bulbs draw 27 watts! We've even had great results running these in 6V systems. 

They also come with a 1-year warranty from Revival Cycles. If these break or fail within your first year of owning them, we'll replace them - simple as that!

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  • Lamp type: P21/5W 1157 BAY15D
  • Voltage:  12V
  • Color:  Red
  • Lamp:  Brake/Running Light
  • Light Source:  LED
  • Wattage:  2
  • Replaces Traditional Bulb: 1157
  • External Testing Certification:  CE

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  • 5
    AWESOME LED bulb

    Posted by Luis E. on Jun 9th 2017

    Brighter, smaller, & well made... Great bulb for both motorcycles & vintage cars.

  • 5
    Worked well

    Posted by Randy b. on May 6th 2017

    Worked well

  • 5
    No more breaking brake lights

    Posted by Robert T. on Dec 20th 2016

    These are a fantastic and long-needed swap for my ole bike. Apparently my efforts to improve on the looks originally bestowed upon her by Mr Sochiro Honda made her prone to breaking. Every time I slapped her slammed skinny arse into a bump or hole on the road, I would break the incandescent bulb filament. My hyper-hip custom-mounted minimally sized retro light would end up maximally useless, leaving me vulnerable to having my own arse slammed by whoever's texting behind me. Along came these brilliantly innovative bulb replacements. The taillight shines brighter, while she sips lightly on electrical juice and guzzles petrochemicals. We might very well survive a jump landing across Snake River Canyon. Soon, technology will provide autonomous motorcycles, and we can just sit at home while our bikes commute and leisure-ride on their own. We'll be gloriously liberated from such time-sucks to take pictures of trivial things, posting our thumbs-up and likes till the cows come home...automatically.