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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-11-2019, 11:30 PM Thread Starter
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Had these thing sitting around for months now. Finally got enough motivation to install them. The indicators were easy to wire up but drilling out the bushing inside the stock handle bars was a real pain. I ended up drilling it out with a 5/8" bit just to get the light to sit flush with the bar end. The Blade mirrors are pretty nice. It's glass-less and the polished metal is the mirror. I just hope it holds up to scratches. But overall very nicely made and solid. I haven't had a chance to ride and test them out yet but I'll report back on visibility with them.
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Is the aluminum mirror surface reflection/viewing as good as a glass mirror? They look great!

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Is the aluminum mirror surface reflection/viewing as good as a glass mirror? They look great!



Looks like a mirror to me . The edgeless finish is nice too. They are a little small but decent coverage.
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Looks like a mirror to me . The edgeless finish is nice too. They are a little small but decent coverage.
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Willing to part with your stock front indicators? My right front decided to call it quits on me today! 😢
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Willing to part with your stock front indicators? My right front decided to call it quits on me today! 😢
if he doesnt, i have a full set of front and back signals.

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I am looking to take my bike to the operating room and get the bar ends
done.

issue is that oem threaded bushing for the existing end cap.
did you pull it out completely or i think you said you drilled it out
with a larger hole ?

did the wiring then slip through more easily

please advise if you get this request

cant see into the black hole and dealer has no clue

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I am looking to take my bike to the operating room and get the bar ends
done.

issue is that oem threaded bushing for the existing end cap.
did you pull it out completely or i think you said you drilled it out
with a larger hole ?

did the wiring then slip through more easily

please advise if you get this request

cant see into the black hole and dealer has no clue

shep65

I drilled it out bigger. I also ground the ends down a little to let lights sit more flush to the grips.
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