I cut off the stock rear fat fender off my 96 GPZ-1100. But how do I let people know where I am going since the awkward stock signals were down low on the plastic I just hacked off???? A little aluminum and some bending resulted in the perfect mounting surface for these. No worries about DOT issues. AKA don't have to worry someone won't understand why they are flashing eratically like LED's and are they ever BRIGHT!. I just had to extend them out with some black painted washers to get the perfect width for my application (1/4" or so) and they look great. Did I mention they were BRIGHT? Great price too.
Sturdy enough, light in weight for mounting on a license plate bracket, and very bright. Wish they were round, and I wish they made a two-filament version for the front, but these are the only DOT-approved style the manufacturer offers. Overall, very staisfactory.
Needed some smaller rear turn signals to fit on my KLR 650 after it was fitted with new hard luggage and I wanted it pushed back as far as it would go on the frames. Tried some LEDs that weren't good. With these lights the difference is incredible. Bright, highly visible, and they are sturdy enough for the amount of miles I put on the bike. Thanks Dennis Kirk for carrying great gear that keeps me safer!
Great pair of turn signals. Unobtrusive but still DOT approved and bright. My only issue is that the wire is way to short to attach to anything. Had to splice a piece in in the middle of the wires. Easy enough, but still, why not make them longer