Harrison Specialties Motorcycle Turn Signal Kit

Amber 48 LED

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Harrison Specialties Motorcycle TurnDo not stare directly at the sun, or these lights. Harrison Specialties has taken the LED cluster light to a new high with these 48 LED amber super-lights. There is no doubt that putting a set of these on your bike will increase your visibility.

These lights can be used as low intensity running lights or high intensity turn signals, and they come with wiring instructions. Surrounded by polished aluminum housings, these lights are 1.5 inches thick and 2.5 inches in diameter. They will install almost anywhere using a 3/8 inch mounting bolt.

Unlike many housed LED lights, the 48-bulb panels are replaceable. In fact, if you have an appropriate housing, you can save money by buying the wired replacement panels in amber or white for about 1/3 the cost.

These lights are not the most attractively housed LEDs on the market, though. When you're not being blinded by then, they have a pretty generic appearance. You can buy a clear plastic cover, but the cover's flat end just gives it a blocky look.

There are a couple of reasons why everyone is switching to LED lights: low power draw and endurance. Harrison Specialties lights only utilize about 1 watt each, and have an estimated 100,000 hours of life. With over 11 years of constant operation time, you should feel free to burn the air and be seen by motorists.

These LED Amber Turn Signals are another option for your consideration.

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