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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-17-2009, 11:05 PM Thread Starter
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Aftermarket signals

Got a pair of nice shiny near-new signals. My bud who had originally bought my 750 from me mounted these up while he had her, and they just resurfaced from deep within my tool box. He had them mounted pretty close to / over the holes for the stock rear signals and they looked good. Unfortunately I do not have pics of htem installed. $30 plus shipping to the lower 48.




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what kind of signals are they? just curious...

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i think those would look awesome on my bike... too bad im broke... if i get some money ill see if you still have um...
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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-21-2009, 11:19 PM Thread Starter
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Here's a link to the product info page:

http://www.1cruiser.com/sa/cart/detail.asp?pg={F09FD30F-C26C-4DA0-AFA4-D5177005144F}

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these look pretty cool man !
Is there anything major mod to accomplish in order to mount them?


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Are they LED bulbs or 1156?

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I don't know what the actual part number is, but the bulb is similar in shape to a regular xmas light (mini light, not the big honking screw in ones) but about 2x the width and length.

When Steve had them mounted, he used existing holes in the passenger backrest bracket (stock location), but I can't recall which ones. If I had kept the Vulcan, I probably would have mounted them on the fender.

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