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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-31-2013, 08:43 AM Thread Starter
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iso full set of turn signals

im buying a 94 and it doesnt have the turn lights. i was wondering if anyone had an old set laying around somewhere thanks
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and also if you know of any after market ones look really good. maybe some pics of ur setups
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and also if you know of any after market ones look really good. maybe some pics of ur setups
let me plunder through my stuff,I know I have some. Maybe a custom one or two ,some off of a Honda and parts from some Kaw signals,let's see if I can come up with a couple of matching pairs or at least a pair.




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I'm doing a 92 bobber and found some on ebay (search minin turn signal motorcycle), under $2 for four with $5.99 shipping or under $10 with free shipping. there from china and takes awhile to get here but they seem great for the price and l like the look and they are mini.
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i am using trailer lights right now for the back

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i got my helmet but it sure makes licking the windows a chore

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all good things to know but ends up im getting a different bike the guy sold the other one on me
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there is a 2000 vn750 over here near me for 700 bucks needs carbs put back together and installed and a few minor maintenance things

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there is a 2000 vn750 over here near me for 700 bucks needs carbs put back together and installed and a few minor maintenance things
grab it.....make a buck !
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I actually need front and back turn signals so if anybody found them and are looking to get rid of them let me know.
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Bikemaster makes OEM replicas for ~$20 each.

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Yup, the Bikemaster 26-2025 (front) and 26-2026 (rear) are direct OEM replacements. You can find them at a lot of different places. I'm pretty sure the fronts are on backorder right from Bikemaster, as they're currently out of stock everywhere I've seen them. I was told that mine should arrive the first few days of October. They're usually $18-$20 each, with shipping usually being within a few bucks, making them almost the exact same total price regardless of where you get them. I actually managed to find an online store that was a local shop who had them for $16.xx, meaning I was able to pick them up rather than paying for shipping.

I would've preferred to switch to stud-mount signals, but the price and direct fit of these ended up winning out. They don't include the metal bushing in the screw hole, so make sure to transfer those over from your old signals. If you need new screws, the Kawasaki part number is 92009-1662 (replaces 92009-1288). My local dealer had them in stock (they seem to be used on a variety of bikes) for under $2 each. I don't really like paying $2 for a screw, but it's under $8 total and it was actually cheaper than I found them online.


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