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Turn Signal Relocation

A VROC member asked me in my private e-mail how I did my rear TS relocation shown in my post #36662. Well, Vince , it was pretty simple. I removed the rear turn signal units from their original locations by removing the hold down bolts and disconnecting the electrical connections. The turn signal units have a knob (for lack of a better name) sticking out the bottom of them. I cut these off using my Dremel tool. I removed the tail light assembly, drilled a hole on the left and right sides of it to match the original hold down bolt size. I then used the original TS bolts to secure the TS units to the tail light unit. I had to splice the TS wires because the relocation left them a little too short. I hope this explains things
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