Motorcycle LED Tail Light Kit, 12V

Red Turn Signals, Black Teardrop

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Red LED Tail Light Kit My ex-boyfriend, who shall remain un-named but whose name rhymed with Bill, had a stunning Springer Harley Davidson that he liked to customize. And he liked to do the customizations himself. He was mechanically sound, but not all the aftermarket parts he bought were as sound as he was. So when he tried to replace the stock Harley turn-signals with tiny cat-eye chrome turn signals from an unknown manufacturer, he had nothing but trouble.

First they shorted out his bike. Repeatedly. Then, once he got the wiring figured out, they just didn't work. When they did work, they
put out such a weak, sad little "blinky blinky" light that unless you were hanging off the passenger seat and putting your face near the lights, you couldn't see them even when they did work. Finally, the chrome started peeling off. It was sad, but it was not only sad, it was dangerous. If he forgot to throw a hand-signal, I never knew when he was going to turn.

Bill should consider these red LED turn/tail lights. In a sleek black anodized bullet-shaped housing, they are not only fully functional and bright as a nuclear morning, they are a breeze to install and don't require any re-wiring or lengthy streams of expletives. Each set comes with 2 Super-bright, 12-Volt, 24-bulb red LEDs with 100,000 hour life expectancy. The LEDs are replaceable. The overall dimensions are 3-1/4" length x 1-3/8" diameter. They mount with a single 3/8" bolt.

They run $69.00 and also come in amber.

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