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Here is what I did. Autozone sticky LED bands. So far I've rode 500 miles with these, through the rain, and washed my bike twice. No sign of them coming off, so I think they'll be pretty good for awhile.







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How did you wirw them to make them function as runing lights too?
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You had to pull the fender ?? Looks good, I'll do both the fronts & back tomorrow . Put a video up of the back ones ??
Devildog, he made a dual circuit element , couple diodes & resisters and your in business. About $45 in 4 LED strips and 4 diodes & 2 resisters and couple hrs time and they look a function great ! Doing mine in a bright green


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I made dual element circuits
Dual Circuit Element Bareass Choppers Tech Pages

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Ya you'll need to pull the fender to get to the connections. It doesnt take long to pull the fender off. Just pull the seat, along with the rear seat bolt. There are 2 little plastic clips under the seat that need to come out, thats it.

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I sent you a video of the front ones and they are bright & cool and the best part ( Not Expensive ) Thanks for turning me on to them bro !!!


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Here is the video of JW's front turns.

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looks nice, so to get the front ones to work as running lights i'd need to wire up a dual circuit element? also what did you do with the holes from the stock rear turn signals? thanks in advance
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looks nice, so to get the front ones to work as running lights i'd need to wire up a dual circuit element? also what did you do with the holes from the stock rear turn signals? thanks in advance
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awesome, thanks, and im i correct about having to wire the dual circuit for the fronts?
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awesome, thanks, and im i correct about having to wire the dual circuit for the fronts?
Yup, Splix posted a link to it & I've quoted it bellow.
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I made dual element circuits
Dual Circuit Element Bareass Choppers Tech Pages

JW,
Ya you'll need to pull the fender to get to the connections. It doesnt take long to pull the fender off. Just pull the seat, along with the rear seat bolt. There are 2 little plastic clips under the seat that need to come out, thats it.

Here is a video
http://s183.photobucket.com/albums/x...415_170844.mp4
Do they still act as running lights as well ? If they do how did you get the other set to go off during signals ??


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