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Re: Kuryakyn Blind Spot Mirrors
« Reply #60 on: January 08, 2008, 08:32:08 PM »

That's a good quality and you are in good company around here. :2vrolijk_21: :huepfenjump3:

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Re: Kuryakyn Blind Spot Mirrors
« Reply #61 on: January 08, 2008, 08:52:39 PM »

 
Pete, looks good! :2vrolijk_21:  Do you need to remove the mirrors to put the chrome on? :nixweiss:
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Re: Kuryakyn Blind Spot Mirrors
« Reply #62 on: January 08, 2008, 09:04:08 PM »


Pete, looks good! :2vrolijk_21:  Do you need to remove the mirrors to put the chrome on? :nixweiss:

Yes, you need to remove fairing and mirrors.  Backside of covers has adhesive tape.  Clean mirror, apply primer provided, rub adhesive strips to activate glue, remove backing on strips and apply cover.  They actually look better than I thought they would.  While the mirrors themselves looked fine, the chrome adds that custom touch that makes them unique.  Haven't seen any other SE or Street Glide with the chrome covers yet.  Highly recommended :2vrolijk_21:
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Re: Kuryakyn Blind Spot Mirrors
« Reply #63 on: January 08, 2008, 09:17:04 PM »

Pete with the covers on are the turn signals still visible?

Thinking of those for Crash for the front turn signals and mirror combo
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Re: Kuryakyn Blind Spot Mirrors
« Reply #64 on: January 08, 2008, 09:26:50 PM »

Pete with the covers on are the turn signals still visible?

Thinking of those for Crash for the front turn signals and mirror combo

Brian, maybe you missed my earlier post, I returned the Kuryakyn mirrors with the turn signals and replaced with the HD fairing mirrors like on the Street Glide.  Better visibility due to the convex glass.  Anyway, Kuryakyn now makes chrome covers for the HD mirrors with and without turn signal indicators.  I elected to go without the turn signal feature, but if you want it, it is available.   You will have to drill a 1/4 in hole directly under the mirror mounting bolt for the wiring harness that plugs directly into your turn signal harness.  Check out the Kuryakyn site under mirrors and download the installation instructions that provides the details. 
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Re: Kuryakyn Blind Spot Mirrors
« Reply #65 on: January 10, 2008, 06:58:27 AM »

Brian, maybe you missed my earlier post, I returned the Kuryakyn mirrors with the turn signals and replaced with the HD fairing mirrors like on the Street Glide.  Better visibility due to the convex glass.  Anyway, Kuryakyn now makes chrome covers for the HD mirrors with and without turn signal indicators.  I elected to go without the turn signal feature, but if you want it, it is available.   You will have to drill a 1/4 in hole directly under the mirror mounting bolt for the wiring harness that plugs directly into your turn signal harness.  Check out the Kuryakyn site under mirrors and download the installation instructions that provides the details. 

No Pete I did not see that post. I liked the idea of having turn signals that were not clearly visable when loking straight at the bike.

I have seen the covers that you are talking about, I dont want to have the wire exposed between the mirror and fairing. Spent alot of time making sure that even the main wiring harness is hidden in the frame.

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Re: Kuryakyn Blind Spot Mirrors
« Reply #66 on: January 10, 2008, 09:41:49 AM »



I have seen the covers that you are talking about, I dont want to have the wire exposed between the mirror and fairing. Spent alot of time making sure that even the main wiring harness is hidden in the frame.

Hey Brian, is this your B&B SEEG you're talking about?  If so, I can't wait to see it w/o that blob of wire on the frame neck.  :) har!  spyder
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Re: Kuryakyn Blind Spot Mirrors
« Reply #67 on: January 13, 2008, 04:37:27 PM »

Hey Brian, is this your B&B SEEG you're talking about?  If so, I can't wait to see it w/o that blob of wire on the frame neck.  :) har!  spyder

No it's for the 2002 bike.
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