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Old 02-24-2014, 06:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Moving front turn signals

Hello all. 2012 Fatboy and I want to move the front turn signals down to the auxiliary lighting that I have. Seems like there are two holes that can hold each signal but not sure if I can mount directly through those holes or if I need a mount. Anyone have any ideas? Only interested in relocating them to aux light bar
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Hello all. 2012 Fatboy and I want to move the front turn signals down to the auxiliary lighting that I have. Seems like there are two holes that can hold each signal but not sure if I can mount directly through those holes or if I need a mount. Anyone have any ideas? Only interested in relocating them to aux light bar
The aux lighting is the same on other touring models, but the turn signal lights are completely different. I believe you can use something similar to the street glide ts mounts that mount to the sides of the nacelle. Unless you have a windshield.

I put a set on my friends rk. We simply bought the aux lighting kit with the proper signals and bit was plug and playm

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Old 02-24-2014, 07:13 PM   #3 (permalink)
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The aux lighting is the same on other touring models, but the turn signal lights are completely different. I believe you can use something similar to the street glide ts mounts that mount to the sides of the nacelle. Unless you have a windshield.

I put a set on my friends rk. We simply bought the aux lighting kit with the proper signals and bit was plug and playm

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Ok. That sounds right. I appreciate your response. I'll look into those mounts. I do have a windshield so that might affect the placement slightly.
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