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Hey Will,
Here a few pictures of my new turn signals that you wereasking about awhile ago. Sorry it took so long, had to locate the old digi. camera.
I fabbed up my own brakcets for the front, but may get some of those Kewlmetal ones down the road. I think they look more professional than what I made up.
Carlo.
 

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Are those DOT approved? Where did you get them Trike? We need details. They look great!!
 

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tnhunter said:
Are those DOT approved? Where did you get them Trike? We need details. They look great!!

I bought them at Cruiser Customizing last year. Funny thing, now when I go back to their website they say that item is "on back order" and "not DOT approved". Interesting, it never said that when I purchased them.
Anyway, they are really bright, and I have been pulled over by one of our local Police who made no mention of the turn signals or missing license plate light.
I have seen the same lights for sale by Pro-One, and at the Harley dealer.
Oh, they do not function as running lights, so I disabled the running light circuit on the front pair.
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Thanks Carlo, I like that look. I will most likely copy your style. Don't worry we won't have twin bikes, I have mine torn down for paint.

Can you tell me how to disabled the running light circuit? Thanks man. L8R, Will
 

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Thanks Carlo, I like that look. I will most likely copy your style. Don't worry we won't have twin bikes, I have mine torn down for paint.

Can you tell me how to disabled the running light circuit? Thanks man. L8R, Will

Hey Will,
If you open up the front turn signals you will notice 3 wires.
If you follow thw cable into the headlight assembly you will find the 3 pin connector for each of the two front signals.
One is common, one is the turn signal feed, and the third is the running light feed. I can't remember the color code, so just get a multi meter out and test the current with the turn signal on that side. Process of elimination will find you the common and the turn siganl hot wire. Then cut the remaining wire (which will be the running light feed out of the circuit) Make sure you test run all the lights before you reconnect everything.
Good luck.
 
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