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|07-07-2008 01:37 PM|
|750Doug||I've heard of some folks cutting a drinking straw, or the outer plastic body of a writing pen and sliding into the hole thru the rubber extender. This brings it back to straight, and keeps it from sagging. I don't know how well it works, but I do know you still have to disconnect and pull the blinker off the bike, to slide the straw/tube into it. That's about half the work to be done to do the shave, but it's still another option besides buying new.|
|07-07-2008 12:51 PM|
Originally Posted by orlandomike View Post
|07-07-2008 11:29 AM|
|orlandomike||what are you calling the thread. you can add it here if you want.|
|07-05-2008 12:26 PM|
|kanuck69||I'll post a new thread. I don't want to hijack!|
|07-05-2008 12:07 PM|
|slimvulcanrider||How did you Shave them down??? I would like to do that to mine as well|
|07-05-2008 04:40 AM|
|liljd||I have 2 rear and 1 front PM me if you want. All stock and perfect condition.|
|07-05-2008 03:45 AM|
|BlackOctober750||Ok, this may sound dumb but...is it hard to shave them or is it a matter of just removing the rubber, i realy like the look of them shaved down.|
|07-04-2008 11:51 PM|
Just shave them!
|07-04-2008 04:17 PM|
There is no diffrence between left and right signals, only front and rear...but that is the internals, the lenses, rubber , and mounts are the same.
Am sure you can not find just the rubber parts, you likely will have to replace the entire signal.
|07-04-2008 03:29 PM|
I have wondered if they are just sagged, if you can just swap sides...???
Which would of course would turn them over...
Have a good one...Old Dog...
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