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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-02-2012, 03:23 PM Thread Starter
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Ebay turn Signal instalation question

I got one of those led turnsignals from ebay that alot of people around here have. I have no idea how you all installed them. The screw seems to be a little short. I found a guy online that sells the same light with an attachement, he didnt tell me where he got them, and he doesn't sell them separately. The only thing I can think of is to cut the fairings (wich i dont want to do) or jb weld a bolt next to the exsisting bolt. Any help would be appreciated.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-02-2012, 04:32 PM
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buy a longer screw?? I mean even if they are common im sure they are not common enough for all of the mechanical minds in this forum to just know off hand.. Try taking pictures of the problem.. maybe we can help you solve it then?

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Yeah just buy longer screws. Or just tape or something lol.

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This is how it looks from the back. The problem is the bolt that suppose to hold it in place is part of the back of the turn signal made of molded plastic and the wires run though it. The light is sealed, it cannot be opened up and a new hole cannot be drilled through. A friend of mine says i need a barrel bolt, i guess its a bolt that i can screw on it and its hollow, never seen one, dont know where to get one. I went to a bolt and srew store and they said they couldnt help me.
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I know the plastics dip inward so I see your problem. If who you bought it from specified it would fit a ninja 250 then I'd suggest calling them up and asking and maybe even sending it back.

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