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Old 06-23-2007, 09:56 PM   #1
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I wanted to know if there was anyway to modify the stock taillight to work with the blinker? I removed the stock blinkers, and was woundering, since the rear stop lamp has 2 dual filiment bulbs, can you hook them up to run tailight and blinker? I dont have the money right now to go buy a new tail light kit with intergraded turnsignals. So for now I would like to try this out. HELP ME PLEASE! thanks-
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I drilled 2 holes in my 900rr tail light and hot glued the turn signal bulbs in, and bang there you go.
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Old 06-23-2007, 10:10 PM   #3
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I think that will work....I am going to look right now. Thanks. I was so concerned about using existing hardware and equip, I forgot I could just put the 2 bulbs back into the tailight housing. I was too close to the problem to see the solution I guess? HAH. :notworthy
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go to your local auto parts store and buy a trailer tail light converter and follow the direction. plug the setup in your tail lights. then your done.
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I guess I should have waited a little bit......I used H3 bulbs in the housing and tied them into the turn signal wiring. I like it alot how it is, but my freind is about to do the same thing tomarrow and I will let him know about the trailer kit. He wants the tailight to blink, so that will work great for him.
Thanks for the advise guys!
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