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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-14-2017, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
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The problem is the turn signals are in the way of my saddle bags. So where can I get that mod to incorporate turn signals to fender tail light?
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This 'stock' rear light with Led Tail light Smoke Lens Integrated Turn Signal HONDA 2009-2012 FURY | eBayintegrated signals won't require modifying your tail section.

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The same vendor also has the tail light unit with a clear lens. I think the clear would be better because the light output will be higher than the smoke version and in turn easier for vehicles around you to see.

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I think the clear would be better because the light output will be higher than the smoke version and in turn easier for vehicles around you to see.
Good point Stephen. The irony here is that if you want to be seen you'd keep the lollipops which in most places are needed to pass a safety inspection since the tail light alone does not provide enough separation between right and left to be considered safely effective .
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Good point Stephen. The irony here is that if you want to be seen you'd keep the lollipops which in most places are needed to pass a safety inspection since the tail light alone does not provide enough separation between right and left to be considered safely effective .
Very true Gar. I realise that we are in the minority but I rather like the stock turn signals, especially when you add the Kury bezels.
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And I prefer stock to the Kuryakyn bezels because Kuryakyn are chunky butt ugly. (LOL)

Probably go with rings up front and some sort of custom solution in back since the aftermarket LEDs solutions cost so much yet crap out so soon. (I just like the thin look without a lot of bobbles hanging off).
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The problem is the turn signals are in the way of my saddle bags. So where can I get that mod to incorporate turn signals to fender tail light?
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Very true Gar. I realise that we are in the minority but I rather like the stock turn signals, especially when you add the Kury bezels.
Stock is still 'safer' to a degree due to side visibility which the Kury blocks
Now if Becky had signals on her saddle bags and left the stock tail light alone ...

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safety wise, they cannot see the entire bike most times so I wouldn't worry too much about a small flashing orange light, get em off and clean up that rear end, I ran my bike for months with no rear signals went old school and used hand signals, worked for years, guess what - yup still alive lol

check out my mod for adding stealth rear signals though added mine to the rear foot peg ;-)
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