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Arlen Ness Front Turn Signal Relocation Mounts For 39mm 49mm Harley Forks
Quick and easy to install. (about 15 minutes). Looks Good.
May 25, 2015
Great product, looks good but gets you 90% of the way there
I purchased this kit to relocate my front turn signals after they became blocked by my fairing. Fairly easy to install, rewiring the lights took the longest, well aside form having to hunt down new bolts for my lights. This kit worked great and keeps the lights tight to the forks. You will need to go shopping around your local hardware stores for bolts to hold your existing lights to the brackets. They only come with mounting bolts for attachment to the tree, you're on your own for the other needed hardware. All in all good product and looks good on my bike
March 30, 2015
Works great, looks even better
These were just the trick to relocate my front turns to my fork. Real nice quality, and the fit on my 07 FXD was spot-on.
While I did have to buy some new bolts to attach the signals to the bracket, all the kits I looked at required that.
In terms of my bike, I had originally purchased the Drag Specialties kit. Not happy with those at all. These are way better!
March 30, 2015
Good fit after a trip to the hardware store
These took about ten minutes and were east to install. I did have to run to the hardware store and purchase different bolts for the signals. I ended up getting 1" fine thread hex bolts and they were perfect. I was slightly annoyed I had to buy bolts but then again the is a universal fit part and the price was right so what's another $1 in parts! Also be careful when you are tightening down the hex bolt. The mount can move around and leave some fine scratches on the front of your fork.
March 4, 2015
Quick and easy way to relocate your stock turn signals
They are well made, pretty simple to figure out and an cheaper easy way to relocate your stock turn signals onto the forks, the only downfall (im sure this is depending on different models) is that you might have to run to home depot to pick up some different bolts, I know i had to on my bike just because the stock turn signal bolts were to long to fit and kept the relocators from sitting flush against the forks. After that was done though presto! they are snug against the bike and looking good.
April 11, 2014
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Nathan B:I honestly don't remember. Just had randoms laying around that i made fit my 883 for a good 2 weeks till I got clipped on the freeway and totalled my back and bike haha. Clean products tho. They were still on my forks when I saw the bike . Apr 26, 2015
Nathan B:They came with bolts and bushings. Fit my 883 for a gold 2 weeks till I got clipped on the freeway and totalled my back and bike haha. Clean products tho. They were still on my forks when I saw the bike haha. Apr 26, 2015
Addison O:Use the 39mm thats the size you need and youll really like the way they look. Good luck Ernesta Good ole revzilla will them in your lap asap good people no better service out thereApr 27, 2015
Jason S:You should be good to go with the 49mm brackets. They are a great simple solution for what you want to do, just make sure you keep enough slack in you wiring to turn the bars to lock left & right.Jun 4, 2015
Austin K asked:Will this fit on the bottom clamp as well? I am installing a batwing fairing that will cover up the top clamps as shown in the picture, so my turn signals need to be further down.Jul 24, 2015