Alloy Art Fender Strut LED Marker Lights For Harley Softail 2011-2017
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Alloy Art Fender Strut LED Marker Lights For Harley Softail

If you're wanting something small and clean and bright, Alloy Art's fender strut single-function markers might be the ticket for you.  Highly visible when lit, and nearly invisible when not in use, Alloy Art Marker Lights are a tasteful, understated accent for the rear of your bike.

Features:

  • Feature a 70° visual range and are about 60% brighter than most single-function LEDs on the market
  • Red LEDs with a smoke colored lens
  • Use existing mounting hardware
  • Made in the USA
  • Sold in pairs
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Bang For The Buck
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This Product Fits:
Harley Davidson
Softail Blackline FXS 2011, 2012, 2013
Softail Slim FLS 20122017
Softail Slim S FLSS 2016, 2017
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black 1035177 SSL-BS Available: Requires 1-3 business days lead time prior to shipment

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For a great, clean look, at a fair price, these LEDs cant be beat
I want to make it clear, I did not read/understand/pay attention to the description 100%. Looking at it now I totally see the "Single function" notice listed. As a notice to those interested in buying these lights, they will NOT operate as a run/brake/turn without modification.

That being said, they are exactly what I was looking for when I purchased them. The fit tight to the frame rail and look great. The LEDs are bright and the entire set up is clean and well put together. I would definitely recommend them to others interested. Just keep in mind that you will need to wire in a resistor and diodes in order to operate them on a bike without an additional tail light/blinkers etc.
October 2, 2015
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2014 Harley Davidson Softail Slim FLS
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Is there a way to install these and have a RUN / BRAKE / TURN setup?
Brian227 on Oct 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes there is, you will have to wire in a resistor and diodes or purchase a pre-wired setup liek the Custom Dynamics "TFC1", youll need one for each light.
(not for sale on REVZILLA, hint, hint.)
and youll have to install it using the wiring diagram - customdynamics . com/instructions/plugz . pdf
(see page 3)