Ditto for me.
The left light is pointing straight out when the tail us down and the right side points straight out with the tail up. Like Paul and Bill, they are on separate switches.
It works really well on final with the high low spread and with my 100 watt halogen bulbs, the runway threshold is bathed in light at 400 to 500 feet. (Duckworh standard set up with 100 watt bulbs. Someday I might change to LED's.)
If you don't want to drill another hole, put a three-way switch in; down - off, middle - taxi only, and up - taxi and landing.
RV-9 (Yes, it's a dragon tail)
O-360 w/ dual P-mags
Build the plane you want, not the plane others want you to build!
SC86 - Easley, SC
Last edited by N941WR : 08-17-2018 at 09:17 AM.