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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-03-2012, 01:34 PM
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Kind of what I did..

I still have to install the docking station I bought 2 years ago when I bought the bike..

I would love to move the license plate down, Will the Roadking bracket work with/attach to the lightbar I have on now?
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I still have to install the docking station I bought 2 years ago when I bought the bike..

I would love to move the license plate down, Will the Roadking bracket work with/attach to the lightbar I have on now?
The area for the light is built into the Road King bar so it is a replacement, it does not attach to your existing bar. Want to sell your tour pac detach kit?


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I like the license plate where it is. Traffic and toll cameras cannot see it.
Sweet.

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I still have to install the docking station I bought 2 years ago when I bought the bike..

I would love to move the license plate down, Will the Roadking bracket work with/attach to the lightbar I have on now?
Kuryakyn makes a relocate kit that is contoured to the lower fender; the plate curves.
Very nice set up.
Cheap too.
http://www.kuryakyn.com/Harley/Chrome/License-Plates
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I opted for the CycleVision CV4808C led tag mount/taillamp/turnsignal assembly when I mounted the detachable hardware for my tourpack(I used the docking kit for a Streetglide due to the fact that it didn't come with that ugly azz tag mount sticking up like an afterthought, very clean looking and all plug & play, uses the stock turnsignal bar bolt holes in the fender and has a gasket/seal so that no dirt comes thru the factory taillamp hole (which it completely covers,,just my personal opinion/choice.

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A little late

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The area for the light is built into the Road King bar so it is a replacement, it does not attach to your existing bar. Want to sell your tour pac detach kit?


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Actually I am finally installing the detach kit this week, I have the bike stripped and will finish this weekend.... I will figure out the license plate mount later..
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I like the clean lines on the back of the bike with the Road King Lts.

Here's the big problem with all this relo stuff. The tail light has a window on top to shine light onto a plate that is gone. You ever try getting in and out of your bags and can't see squat because that light is beaming in your eyes. I'm looking to fix that issue on my bike. I was going to blank it out from the inside, but I'd rather use something that was made for it. I'm not interested in the chrome piece that sits out on top.

SO here's the big question... will the Street glide tail light work as a replacement on my 05 Ultra to loose that window on top of the break light?

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. . .SO here's the big question... will the Street glide tail light work as a replacement on my 05 Ultra to loose that window on top of the break light?
Yes, it would work. I believe all of those rear fender mounted tail lights are the same except for whether or not they have the plate light window. I kept the LED tail light I bought for my Heritage, and it bolted right to my Electra Glide Classic. The mount, base of the light and all of the wiring harness is exactly the same.

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