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I guess it's hard to see in the small picture, but yeah it has the run/brake light integrated in it. In reality you can make anything out there work. I just used a series of spacers and washers to replace the factory bolt.
 

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Check with Accutronix. They have some for other bikes, or you can buy a small light like the one in your picture and make a bracket off of the side mount. Here is the current side mount from Accutronix on my bike with the Raw designs rear tail light.
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Check with Accutronix. They have some for other bikes, or you can buy a small light like the one in your picture and make a bracket off of the side mount. Here is the current side mount from Accutronix on my bike with the Raw designs rear tail light.
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This is what I was leaning towards, but if they come out with a fender that isn't compatible with the RAW rear light I was thinking I will need something else. Was the RAW light easy to install? I really like the look, but once you pull off the factory rear taillight assembly the bike just begs to be lowered.
 

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This is what I was leaning towards, but if they come out with a fender that isn't compatible with the RAW rear light I was thinking I will need something else. Was the RAW light easy to install? I really like the look, but once you pull off the factory rear taillight assembly the bike just begs to be lowered.
It was very easy to install as long as you are comfortable making the electrical connections. I don't plan on changing out my rear fender, so It was a no brainer for me. L&M is working on an air ride system for the Fury right now, so hopefully it will be lowered by next riding season.
 

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It was very easy to install as long as you are comfortable making the electrical connections. I don't plan on changing out my rear fender, so It was a no brainer for me. L&M is working on an air ride system for the Fury right now, so hopefully it will be lowered by next riding season.
Thanks for the info. I'm looking forward to lowering the bike as well. I think that rear wheel needed to definitely be tucked up in quite a bit more. Progressive Suspension said today that it would be at least fall if not later before they have something. Air ride is much cooler anyway.
 

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It was very easy to install as long as you are comfortable making the electrical connections. I don't plan on changing out my rear fender, so It was a no brainer for me. L&M is working on an air ride system for the Fury right now, so hopefully it will be lowered by next riding season.
lol, It gets low enuff when I put my big ass on it!
 

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Looks good Hoseman!!! I am really happy with mine. Did you do the front as well?
 

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Have not done the front yet. I'm not quite sure how I fell about the RAW front LEDs. It was a bit time consuming doing the rear but I'm sure whatever I choose for the front will be a breeze when I figure out which product I want.
 

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chopped I like your mirrors what kind are they. can you see anything out of them...
 

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Those are sickle mirrors which you can get from cruisercustomizing.com. I have the same ones on my bike as well!
 
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