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Default Pics of rear turn signals after relocation

Can someone post a pic that shows the rear turn signals relocated using either the HD kit or a similar aftermarket one?

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Here's one. HD part number 60215-06
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Here's mine ...
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And here's mine
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i like hoowasat's, but i changed my mind on bags for now, until i can afford the same setup he has.


sorry to hijack the tread, but how come you switched from the clam shell to the windshield hoowasat? if you are looking to find a new home for it, pm me and maybe we can work out a deal
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Looks great mbsales. Is that the stock fender just filled in and re-painted?
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i like hoowasat's, but i changed my mind on bags for now, until i can afford the same setup he has.

sorry to hijack the tread, but how come you switched from the clam shell to the windshield hoowasat? if you are looking to find a new home for it, pm me and maybe we can work out a deal
Thanks ... that's a HD PN 68615-04 turn signal assembly for a BT. Went to the windshield because of the aux-lights ... was wanting to be more visible in traffic. I've already noticed fewer cagers are pulling into my right of way. Sorry, but another XLForum user located in Williamsburg, VA already jumped on the sport fairing.
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That does look cool. I like it much better than the normal relocation above the tail light. I think I'll go that route when I finally purchase some detachable bags.
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This relocate kit is still on the fender strut but relocates them back further. It came with a chrome plate to bolt into the other mount location to clean it up.

Mine were slid back when the previous owner had throw over bags and mounts for them installed. I liked the location so I kept them there after I bobbed the fender.
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Heres mine while in installation process...

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