Bought these to relocate the front turn signals on my 2005 Sportster. I was already using the HD brand relocation, but wanted something that moved the signals a little closer together. These do the trick.
The finish is of high quality and they look nice. Fit leaves a little to be desired for me.
* There's an uneven gap where they meet up with the triple tree and not sure what those slots are milled for (wire won't fit in there).
* You'll need some washers to move the signal away from the surface of the mount slightly. The shape of the stock turn signals wont sit flush. I can't comment on aftermarket TS fitment.
* You'll need to provide your own hardware to fasten the TS to the bracket.
* They come with some plastic 3/8" spacers. Not sure what in the world you're supposed to use them for.
Not the worst piece of hardware I've ever bought. I just think they need to spend some time getting them to fit just right. If HD can supply their relocation kit with ALL the hardware you need, have it fit better, and do it for the same price, Ness is doing something wrong.
These mounts fit perfectly on my '17 SuperLow. The gap between the mount and the lower fork clamp is as good as one could ask for out of a multi fit part. Not totally perfect, but totally acceptable IMO. Only extra parts needed are the two 5/16-24X1" socket head cap screws to mount the signal heads to the mount, and for Harley signal heads a 5/16" nylon washer between the signal head and the mount as it won't sit perfectly flat against the mount. As far as one reviewer wondering about the groove in the mount, some signals have their wiring running thru a hollow mounting bolt, and that groove is to prevent pinching the wire when mounted up to the fork clamp. Well worth the cost IMO.
UNLIKE THE PREVIOUS GUY'S REVIEW These work and fit great seem's some don't know what the black spacer's are for well they go inside of these to shim out the light bolt's and yes you will have to buy 2x1" 5/16-24 allen head bolts to install these and that's it so easy to install..highly recomend these to move the light's off the bar's thank you arlen ness !!