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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-10-2007, 09:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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Turn signal relocation

I have a new set of saddlebags that appears to interfere with my turn signals if anybody has any ideas on how to solve this problem I would really appreciate it.
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Well, Kawasaki makes a set of saddlebag supports that come with a turnsignal relocation kit.
Or you can juse drill some holes in the taillight mount and bolt them in there...

Or make some brackets to mount to your licence plate mount...

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this is the way I solved the problem.

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here was my solution
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I've been meaning to post my recent mod. This will give me an excuse. I made hard mounts being the bags are zipoffs anyway & shortened the signals to tuck under. I'll get the pics up in the morning.
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Shortened the stalks on mine to clear the bags too.Pics in gallery.

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Good Morning. Diamond Plate aluminum used for the hard mount. Led hitch mount brake lights (modified obviously) from harbor frieght. Bagc are zip offs.

Bman, check it out. with a slight shave the signals "stalk" fits great through the hole & screw from the other side.

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What are the things that look like giaint crackers on top of the turnsignals?

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It's my first attempt at a fabricated hard mount. I'll agree from that angle, alittle odd!
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