over the weekend I decided to replace my tail light and all four turn signals with LED's. I purchased the kuryakyn tombstone tail light, red led signals to mount to the tail light, and amber led signals for the front. The mechanical install went great only took about 2 hours for all. The electrical was almost cut and dry. I am not new to wiring lights or anything else for that matter, and while I was sure I needed to use the load equalizer that came with the signals, I was'nt sure if I needed one on the front and one on the rear. So I searched the forum, nothing found. I also had an issue that when I turned on either the left or the right turn signal all four signals flashed like emergency flashers. I searched the forum again, found nothing.
So here are the fixes:
Yes, you do nead a load equalizer for the front and a load equalizer for the rear, for a total of 2 load equalizers.
When using LED turnsignals:
If you only have one turnsignal indicator light on your dash, (like the vulcan 1600 classic), it for some reason will combine the left and the right turn signals. Thus making them emergency flashers. So you have to break that circuit by disabling the indicator light.
It took me several hours just to figure out that last one, I thought I had the signals wired wrong, I read and reread the instructions, I searched and searched the internet. So I am posting this to save the next guy some time.
Thanks and enjoy...