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post #1 of 174 (permalink) Old 05-28-2012, 10:09 PM Thread Starter
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Custom Made Turn Signal Re-locator Brackets

Ok a while back, at work i custom fabricated a set of rear turn signal re-location brackets, based on the F/S design. The only difference is, these dont have the drop down tab for mounting the saddlebag supports. (thou u can easily weld a bracket on to it).

I had these on my bike for about a week, then i bought my hard saddle bags and needed the support brackets, and of course i had to buy the whole kit. So i ended up buying the whole F/S kit, and took these off, and they have been sitting in a box for over a year.
At one time I was going to start fabricating up custom F/S saddle bag supports and turn signal re-locator brackets. So i kept these for a mock up. Now i have all my dimensions and blueprints for when i actually do start making them, if there is even a big enough demand.
But for now, i will just try to sell these.

They are Nickel plated, not chromed... it will resist rusting for a while, but eventually will rust, but u can always re-paint them.

I took some pics, and will be posting them up soon.

For now I am asking $25 + shipping.
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As u can see in the pics, there are 4 tapped holes (10-24NC, and i will provide some stainless steel flat heads).
There are 4 tapped holes, so unlike the F/S ones, the one side you wont have to flip the helmet lock over and have it upside down.

Also, on the inside of the piece, it has my named stamped into it... i did this at work and had to stamp my name into it so when it went to plating they knew who it belonged to.

These are my first set, my prototype, they aren't the best but they do work.

Later on, once i get my bigger garage and more tools, i plan on making these and the saddlebag support, if there is enough demand for them.

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post #2 of 174 (permalink) Old 05-30-2012, 02:52 AM
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post #4 of 174 (permalink) Old 05-30-2012, 11:21 PM Thread Starter
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PICS ARE UP lol

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I have definitely been looking for signal relocation brackets! Are they still available??
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I have definitely been looking for signal relocation brackets! Are they still available??
Yes i still have them...

but note they do not have the drop down tab for the saddlebag support brackets, as stated in the post. You can easily make a bracket and weld it to this.

These will be perfect for someone who just needs to relocate their blinkers, like for soft saddle bags, etc..

If you WANT ME to make the saddlebag support bolt tab and weld it on to it, i can do that, for an extra $20. But the new welded on part will not be nickel plated, so u would have to re-paint the whole thing.

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Hi, You still have the brackets.
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I actually bought these from him about a month ago. Not sure what happened on thread. I thought it showed sold.

BUT, I must say, if he does happen to have another set he manufactured, they are definitely quality made and worth the price. I installed them in short order and they have worked great getting the signals out of the way of my top loading Cortech bags.
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Yep, sorry they are sold....

I will probably be making more next year....

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Put me on your list for turn signal relocaters. If you deside to make any, I am interested in a pair.

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