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My 40 was converted to 12V and still uses the original headlight switch, which seems to operate without issues save for the rheostat function being a bit touchy. Does this represent an electrical safety issue? Should the switch be swapped out for a reproduction 12V model? Thanks for any input, Bob


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No and NO.


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Gene, most sincerely, many thanks, Bob


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