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I would like to see what everyone is going too when it comes to new blinkers, pictures would be helpful. I did the rear tail light upgrade a few weeks ago, much better then that stock tree trunk on the back fender

I don't care if it LED or not, just trying to get a few ideas

 

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I would like to see what everyone is going too when it comes to new blinkers, pictures would be helpful. I did the rear tail light upgrade a few weeks ago, much better then that stock tree trunk on the back fender
I don't care if it LED or not, just trying to get a few ideas
 
Thanks

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Really like the handguard blinkers...

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I like the idea of putting them on a set of hand guards for the front

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Love these... And, there is light in the sharper tip end so that you can see the blinker from the side too. Come in clear, amber, smoked...
https://thumpertalk.com/shop/DMP-Fuse-Flush-Mount-LED-Turn-Signals-Markers-p2006835343.html

Nicely looking flush mounts I've seen that don't look like the lights on the roof of a semi.

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I was working on smaller turn signals on my bike too.

Theses are really small, but they are bright, i use hand signals too and turn signals aren't required in NC.

You can pick them up at any auto parts store, I also found them at tractor supply.

You'll need an LED flasher to get them to blink properly, you can get the whole setup for under $30.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/T0wEF3499f1vjxmJ2

 

 

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