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2001 Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide - FXDWG Taillights

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Custom Dynamics
2.25" Flush Mount LED Lights
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Custom Dynamics 2.25" Flush Mount LED Lights These super bright LED clusters can be flush mounted to your cruiser when the bezel is removed and used on outside of fender. The circles can also be mou
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Brake Light Annunciator Module
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Show Chrome Brake Light Annunciator Module The signal consists of three short light pulses, followed by one long pulse. (Cycle time approximately 6 seconds.) Brake light flasher module Universal use
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Integrated Taillight Assembly
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Clear Alternatives Integrated Taillight Assembly Integrated Tail Light Assemblies from Clear Alternatives combine brake, tail, and turn signal functions Red and amber lights shine clearly through l
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Laydown Taillight Lens
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Kuryakyn Laydown Taillight Lens Replacement lens for late-model bikes Kuryakyn's Laydown Taillight Lens includes a reflector that is required for use on Twin Cam Smooth, streamlined style Sold each
Biltwell Mako Tail Light Construction: Investment-cast aluminum light housing; extra thick injection-molded polycarbonate plastic lens with 5-40 Phillips head mounting screws; die-cut rubber base gask
Biltwell Model B Tail Light Construction: CNC lathe-turned 6061 T-6 aluminum light housing; extra thick injection-molded polycarbonate plastic lens with 5-40 Phillips head mounting screws; die-cut rub
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Tombstone Taillight
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Kuryakyn Tombstone Taillight Traditional style melded with modern technology. Features a finely chromed housing and a rich red lens. High-intensity L.E.D.'s make sure you get noticed. Taillight onl

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Teresa (Gloucester, VA)

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Break/running light

I added this light to the back of my luggage rack on my Suzuki S40 Blvd. It is bright and I feel much better about being seen with this on my bike. It was easy to install and I added my own protective wire cover which was easy to do with some heat shrink wire shield and some liquid electrical tape around where the wires feed out of the light to reinforce it as a strain relief. The light is as advertised and I am very pleased with it.

Craig (Grandville, MI)

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Rear red replacement turn signal lenses

Better than my original Harley lenses. In my opinion they appear clearer and brighter. Harley lenses cost almost twice as much, so in my case I got two for the price of one by Harley. GREAT BUY! Riding a 2005 HD Electra Glide Ultra Classic.

Steve (Michigan City, IN)

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Great and easy add on.

I just installed the light on my Buell Blast. Very easy to wire and looks great. I bypassed the back and forth lights and just went with the flashing lights when the brake is applied. I was impressed with the look and so is everyone who has seen it. Thanks for the great product.

Jon (Durham, NC)

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Good price - good product

As other reviewers have said, it's hard to find 35 W halogens locally. These arrived in a couple of days, installed easily, and are definitely brighter than the ones I was using before. I recommend them!

Ronald (Jonesville, VA)

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not pleased

I have the the phase 7 headlight and spotlight setup on my Ultra Classic. When you use the fm radio in country riding the lights will cut down on reception about 75% with all three on. Checking on fix with Kuryakyn but none yet.

Hooplahpro (Jeffersonville, IN)

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A work of art once it is installed

Installed on a 2010 Honda Fury. Looks awesome, high quality and matches the design of the main headlamp. Installation has some issues. Exposed wiring. No weather sealing on the switch so I soldered and used heat shrink tubing. Instructions say connect to the orange/white wire in the headlamp. Do so and the lights turn off when activating the left turn signal (stay on with a right). Can be resolved by running power from the fuse block (has unused spaces) with a relay. Of course some bikers never make left turns so no problem! Lights must be removed/loosened when changing the bulb for the main headlamp so run the headlamp wire first before installing the unit. Could have been resolved with a hole in the mounting plate allowing an Allen wrench to access the main headlamp bottom screw to remove the bezel. Still once installed it lights up the night for safer riding.

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