Description: Here's how I installed my rear bullet-style turn signals. The metal "extender", which attaches to the dual seat support bolt, is actually a galvanized angle bracket, normally used for exterior wood structures like decks. I flattened it out, re-bent as needed and drilled a couple holes. Here it's shown on a dry-run for size, before painting.
Picture Stats: Views: 886 Keywords: rearbulletturnsignals Posted by: Glenn August 20, 2009, 09:28:00 pm
August 23, 2009, 10:22:54 amDang, I wish I would have though of that when I mounted my lights. I purchased some Aluminum stock at the Home Improvement store, cut and painted it. This would have save me the entire cutting and finishing (except paint) process. I had to add a bracket even though I used a solo seat because I added the Sedona brackets and panniers that also use the same mount.