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Old 10-14-2014, 12:47 AM
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Turn signal extension caps.

I know some of you guys are too tough to use your blinkers. Or you can use The Force to start them because you're that much of a Jedi riding master…haha.

But I still can't recommend these things enough. I have rather large hands, but they still worked great for me. Effortless. I ride daily in the city where hand signals just don't do, particularly at night. And these things were great on the ride today after I installed them. I always disliked the feel of the regular signal button.

Harley makes them for various bikes and years. Easy install too.

http://www.harley-davidson.com/store...09-71500179--1
 

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Even the Kuryakyn stick ons work rather well, especially with gloves.
 
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I've been eyeing those for a while. Heard a lot of good things.
 
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Too "tough" to use blinkers! Hahahahahaha!!!! Good one!
 
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Still trying to get used to turn signals on each side. I may get these though as I do find them awkward.

Thanks.
 
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SCSS,

So, you finally got them installed and wonder why you didn't do it a year ago?

I agree. Makes activating the turn signals much easier.
 
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$25 a piece? $50 a pair??
 
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$25 a piece? $50 a pair??
Says they are sold in pairs. Under the features tab.
 
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I don't have much trouble with the stock signals. Figured those would be in my way since I have big meathooks. Have eyed them for my wife though.
 

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