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Kuryakyn
Load Equalizers
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Kuryakyn Load Equalizers These load equalizers work great in custom applications where OEM turn signals have been removed & replaced with low draw L.E.D. or small incandescent turn signals. Sold each

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Mark B (Huntington Beach, CA)

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Great Safety Product !!!

I recently got back into motorcycling after a 25 year pause. I knew that one issue I've always seen was drivers not noticing the brake lights on motorcycles. It took me about 20 minutes to install on my VStar at the top of my license plate frame. I took it out for a ride and I immediately noticed that cars following me when I came to a red light or stop sign stayed a little further back or braked a little sooner. This was enough to prove to me that this product works and is worth the price.

Rod (Fort Worth, TX)

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Great Taillight!!!

What can I say? This tail light is super bright and easy to install. The hardest part of the installation was putting my seat back on. If you are looking for a super bright LED aftermarket taillight this is the one!

Jeffrey (Webb City, MO)

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Bought for 1996 Shadow Ace

When I got my bike it had two 1 inch led strips and no OEM blinkers. Looked like crap so I got together everything I needed to move blinkers to tag area. Ran a drill through the wire holes and had rubber casting slag in the holes. All in all worked out well for me with some work.

Philip (Tracy, CA)

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Fog Lamp

Heed the description--FOG LAMP not to be confused with DRIVING LAMP. To be honest I really don't know how it works as a fog lamp because I made the mistake of buying it to use as a driving lamp replacement and for that application it is quite dim. And as someone else mentioned, if you don't already have a ground wire, you will need to fabricate one.

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