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Old 11-10-2005, 06:27 PM   #1
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Installing flushmounts.. .

Just got mine in and I wanna put them on. However I am totally at a loss as far as confidence goes working on my bike. Is there anyone who would work on it with me that has some experience. . . I will provide beer and food.

They are Watson Design LED flushmounts. Look really nice.
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Old 11-10-2005, 06:45 PM   #2
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How hard could it be? Arent they flush and just screw in? Or are you worried about taking off your fairings? Its super easy bro but if you cant do it then maybe we can organize a garage day and tinker with all our bikes.
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Old 11-10-2005, 07:35 PM   #3
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I will help..... NO biggy exept im booked thrue monday....
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The Watsens aren't bad, you didn't mention what bike you had so I can't be real specific, but basically remove you lowers, unplug your stock light. Clip the factory plug off your turnsignals about 2" from the end and install i hem on yours, don't skimp, go buy some terminals and some heat shrink. Make sure you hook up the wires correctly. Install the blinkers into the fairing, plug in the blnkers and reinstall your fairings.
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lol thanks patrick! really preesh the help bro.

As for you B.S. We can still make a case outta a simple job.
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