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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-11-2011, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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Rear turn signals.

Need some advise.

My 750 has these hard bags (plastic) on them. I want to remove them and get some of the waterproof leatherish ones.
However the rear turn signals are built into the hard case.

Is there an aftermarket turn signals anywhere around? Searched Ebay, Kawasaki dealer and more, and only found either factory or screw in types.

Mine seem to be pop in and twist locks. I

I guess I am looking for some modification to add some sweet chrome signals.

Any advise on this would make me a really happy rider

And thanks in advance..
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thanks for the link.

One more question. I see front and rear turn signals. DOes it matter which I get? example do the front also work on the rear, and s there a left and right, or are they all the same?

sounds like a silly question I know, but some just say turn signals, while others say front, and them some say left front or right rear, or left rear?

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Yes, it does matter, kinda.

The front have 3 wires, they are blinkers and running lights.

The rear only have 2. They are blinkers only.

Left and right doesn't matter

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Yes, it does matter, kinda.

The front have 3 wires, they are blinkers and running lights.

The rear only have 2. They are blinkers only.

Left and right doesn't matter
I see, that would be why on my hard shells there is no running lights

I waas thinking maybe they hooked them up wrong, Anyways cleared up everything, thank you.

Now to buy me some shiny new signals and some soft bags instead of them light plastic leaking hard shells

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I see, that would be why on my hard shells there is no running lights

I waas thinking maybe they hooked them up wrong, Anyways cleared up everything, thank you.

Now to buy me some shiny new signals and some soft bags instead of them light plastic leaking hard shells

thanks again.
got any pictures of the hard bags,I may be interested and i have some viking charger vinyl bags to swap if you are interested.And by the way your avatar freaks me out and I ain't even afraid of clowns




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got any pictures of the hard bags,I may be interested and i have some viking charger vinyl bags to swap if you are interested.And by the way your avatar freaks me out and I ain't even afraid of clowns
Lol of my captain spalding pic (from the movie House of a Thousand Corpses, by Rob Zombie). He is scary.

I can post pictures if I can ever figure out how to. I tried to take a pic on my phone (worked) downloaded it to my computer (worked), but when I tried to link it to here is when I failed.

Any advise on how to do these steps would be great. And hard shell are in good shape with a few minor scratches on right side ( looks like they layed it down). I'm just not one for the hard shells personally.
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I use webshots. download your pics to a website like webshots then use the link in your post.

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Lol of my captain spalding pic (from the movie House of a Thousand Corpses, by Rob Zombie). He is scary.

I can post pictures if I can ever figure out how to. I tried to take a pic on my phone (worked) downloaded it to my computer (worked), but when I tried to link it to here is when I failed.

Any advise on how to do these steps would be great. And hard shell are in good shape with a few minor scratches on right side ( looks like they layed it down). I'm just not one for the hard shells personally.
if nothing else just upload to photobucket or some other hosting site and the post a link to them




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got any pictures of the hard bags,I may be interested and i have some viking charger vinyl bags to swap if you are interested.And by the way your avatar freaks me out and I ain't even afraid of clowns
http://s928.photobucket.com/albums/a...icture0120.jpg

http://s928.photobucket.com/albums/a...icture0121.jpg

As you can see, the second photo is the right side bag. And has minor scratches on it.
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