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Figured I should post this here and quick thread jacking another thread with this info.

The lowdown.
Just like the homemade driving lights discussed in a thread a few years back, these are basically Dyna turn signal housings that have had the guts replaced with other lighting.

Where to get them from.
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/roathdesigns/posts/422209241279367
Website http://www.hawglenses.com/home.html

His website could use a little work but he was pretty good about messaging with me to make sure I got what I wanted.
Normal price is $200. I caught them during his Sturgis sale last year and got them for $130. I wouldn't expect to see that price again anytime soon.

How I mounted mine.

I just used a set of the swivel mounts for the Dyna turn signals and reamed the hole out on a drill press. Removed caliper bolt and ran it through the mount. Caliper bolt is plenty long enough. Be warned, those mounts are damn hard and will heat up that metal while drilling and discolor it if you're not careful. Running the wires up into the fairing on the RushEDmore bikes isn't at neat as the earlier models but it can be done. They help a little at night lighting up the road but they are very visible during the day to anyone in front of you. Makes for a great triangle of light for sure.





 

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Figured I should post this here and quick thread jacking another thread with this info.

The lowdown.
Just like the homemade driving lights discussed in a thread a few years back, these are basically Dyna turn signal housings that have had the guts replaced with other lighting.

Where to get them from.
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/roathdesigns/posts/422209241279367
Website http://www.hawglenses.com/home.html

His website could use a little work but he was pretty good about messaging with me to make sure I got what I wanted.
Normal price is $200. I caught them during his Sturgis sale last year and got them for $130. I wouldn't expect to see that price again anytime soon.

How I mounted mine.

I just used a set of the swivel mounts for the Dyna turn signals and reamed the hole out on a drill press. Removed caliper bolt and ran it through the mount. Caliper bolt is plenty long enough. Be warned, those mounts are damn hard and will heat up that metal while drilling and discolor it if you're not careful. Running the wires up into the fairing on the RushEDmore bikes isn't at neat as the earlier models but it can be done. They help a little at night lighting up the road but they are very visible during the day to anyone in front of you. Makes for a great triangle of light for sure.






Do they help light up the night or more for just being seen by others?


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