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Wiring for trailor on 05 royal star TDL

I am going to pull a trailor with my bike. Is there anything that I should look out for as far as running lights or brake lights? I have heard of problems with electronics.any advice or hints will be great

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I have a small trailer for my '92 wing, and I have had no trouble with any electronics. I don't have 16 lights on it, (like one of my friends- 82 1100) but just the normal 3. Hope this helps, Rick

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