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Old 05-16-2013, 10:59 AM
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No problem bro, thats what we're all here for. Glad i could help.
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idk what kit you guys are referring to, but the relocate kit I bought from local hd dealer did not contain any wiring.

You will have to cut the wires coming out of the switch goin to the signal. There are 2 extra plugs under the tank for turn signals, you can either buy matching connectors from hd or cut the plugs off and splice and solder.
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