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How do i wire the right rear turn signal...i have the part

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  • gmcoop2 Mar 15, 2011

    rubber extention has dislogded from fender mount bolt...keeps comming off

  • gmcoop2 Mar 15, 2011

    rubber extention has come off fender mount bolt

  • gmcoop2 Mar 15, 2011

    not sure if i'm using this site properly..did you get my info on the issue i'm having?

  • gmcoop2 Mar 15, 2011

    ok...where he signal bolts to the fender the bolt is recessed into the plastic extension....the plastic has worn and the turn signal is loose from the mounting bolt

  • gmcoop2 Mar 15, 2011

    R u there?

  • gmcoop2 Mar 15, 2011

    are you guys still on it for me? haven't heard anything...

  • gmcoop2 Mar 15, 2011

    it's new...ordered it through a local shop....wire is connected to lamp...must be run to front of bike

  • gmcoop2 Mar 15, 2011

    the bolt hole in the fender is ok...where the mount bolt comes out of the plastic extension is worn and does not stay on..... the wire is threaded throu the signal mount bolt...it is hollow...there is about 18 inches of wire extending from the hollow mount bolt with duel male connectors attached to each wire

  • gmcoop2 Mar 15, 2011

    i don't know....that posting made no sence to me....do you what i have been describing to u?

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    Diether Masing Mar 15, 2011

    is the old cables are made?

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    Diether Masing Mar 15, 2011

    moment.

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    Diether Masing Mar 15, 2011

    Yes, we can handle it. Only one - what are you talking about rubber. The fender underneath the title of the position or direction, or adhering to the rubber.

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    Diether Masing Mar 15, 2011

    whether there would be a piece of something to make a difference? sorry that the photos could not be instructed on how to make a difference between a piece in there. More or less understand what I have in mind but I can not imagine how much it has spent on it.

  • Diether Masing
    Diether Masing Mar 15, 2011

    yes posted under half a comment.

  • Diether Masing
    Diether Masing Mar 15, 2011

    turn signal part is old or new?

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    Diether Masing Mar 15, 2011

    and inside the hole in the wing, which goes through the confirmation direction. whether it will fix the hole is worn out or have entered the ground. if I now understand correctly?

  • Diether Masing
    Diether Masing Mar 15, 2011

    aaa ok. Yes it is really hard to improve. whether the replacement did not come to light? Or whether it should subscribe to it. If, however, do not get new. you can use tape or chemical drying glue, metal or more quickly to restore part of the wear and tear.

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