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Sissy Bar Install on a 2008 Screaming Eagle Dyna

I have a 2008 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Dyna that I'm trying to install a low sissy bar onto.

Do I have to remove the rear shocks or remove and relocate the rear directional signals to complete this install?

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Been a while since I've done one of these, but I believe you have to take the shocks loose at the fender struts and drop them down and out of the way. The signals should go back on in the same place, no relocation. On a couple of these I've had to get longer bolts for the signals, but it may not be required, so keep this in mind. And, yes, I know, it would be nice if HD would include the bolts or at least tell you about the possibility of needing longer bolts, I've said this to myself many times in the past.

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