I agree with "Stay Away!"
July 05, 2012(St. Louis, MO)
Most all of the parts are incorrect per the inventory list on the horrible instructions. Too many studs and bolts of different sizes and none of them are the right size. The instructions are written with technical jargon that makes no sense. They obviously are in need of a good tech writer. There are no pictorial representations of their instructions, or even a blowup view of how the parts are assembled. The bracket holes don’t line up.
Turn Signal Relocation Kit
November 11, 2011(Moundville, AL)
WOW: If u want cheap this is it. This is a job you better be ready for. You have to drill, cut, and file to make this universal kit fit. I would not recommend this product.
Saddleman Turn Signal Relocation Kit
August 30, 2011(Lancaster, CA)
New to riding and even newer to doing anything mechanical or electrical...easy first project...its like a gateway drug for add-ons to your bike.
Ryan West -
August 10, 2009(Webb City, MO)
Let’s see, where to begin? The instructions are horribly written. There is nothing "universal" about the product. After dismantling my turn signals and trying for 2 days to try and cut, file, and alter this product to fit I had to break down and buy the part from the dealer. I was also out the money for this thing because I had made so many changes to it trying to get it to fit they wouldn't take it back. I don't blame Motorcycle Superstore; they couldn't use it anymore, but stay away from this product!