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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-26-2008, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
 
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Flush Mount turn signals

Has anyone put flush mount turn signals in place of the stock factory ones on the front? I have already replaced my back signals with LEDs built into the saddlebags but have not found the right ones for the front yet. I was thinking about the flush mount style. Anyone have some pictures?
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Flush mounted to what on the front?
Give me an idea what you're talking about and I could probably photoshop you an idea of what it'd look like.


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I put on a set that I picked up somewhere that were not flush, but they were real close. Mounted them in the stock location and used a huge honkin washer on each side to cover the hole. Can't remember the brand, but they were off the shelf at Cycle Gear. I'll post pics if I can get any. Black bodies / orange lenses.

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Seems to me they'd be hard to see, especially in daylight being right up next to the headlight....

Sportbikes are different as they're lower or higher (mirrors) than the head light.

Just a thought...definitely need some pics....
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I have been thinking about the new aluminum mirrors that have the LED's in the riser bar.
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I have been thinking about the new aluminum mirrors that have the LED's in the riser bar.
Just be sure to check local laws with those.
Here in PA, I believe there is a certain amount of square inches the signals must be.
Not that they are too strict with it, but it gives the LEO's a reason to stop ya if they haven't had their donuts! LOL


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I thought about the mirrors also but then what do you do with the holes where the signals were???

THis site has some I thought might work - any thoughts?
http://www.1tail.com/sa/cart/categor...-636F5004E0CF}
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