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    Looking for some flush mount turn signals that fit into existing holes, thought I had seen a post here some time ago. Any info would be appreciated

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    Re: front flush mount turn signals

    I just pick these up at Cycle Gear. Get the ones made for Yamaha and they fit into the hole very nicely. Just use a black sharpie or paint the retaining nut that goes in the back black and you won't even notice them.
    http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...tem=MRX_LFH1_G
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    • #3
      Re: front flush mount turn signals

      why would you order yamaha? Or how did you even know to try them? Several of the reviews on the site don't seem to positive. Some talk about spacers. Did you need any spacers?
      1997 Suzuki TL1000S -

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      • #4
        Re: front flush mount turn signals

        MBP is correct. I bought these from the same online store as him and they came really quickly. And they work/fit like any LED flushmount should. My advice would be to get the flushmounts but also invest in a relay that slows the flash rate down if you put LED's in for front or rear signals.
        Here's a link for the relay I just bought/installed (along with a Clear Alternatives Integrated LED Sequential taillight). The Clear Alternatives sequential taillight is actually very impressive (turn signals and braking look incredible!). There's no videos of TLR's on YouTube with the Clear Alternatives sequential integrated tail, but search for sequential integrated taillights and you'll get the idea. Also, without the relay that slows the flash rate down, the sequential integrated tail will not flash correctly. Just my 2 cents. If you're gonna do turn signals, do them right.

        Relay:
        http://www.amazon.com/Signal-Flasher.../dp/B003UN4FXW

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        • #5
          Re: front flush mount turn signals

          Here's a link to Clear Alternatives TL tail light:

          http://clearalternatives.com/Merchan...ry_Code=TL1000

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