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Kuryakyn Load Equalizer for Mechanical Relay-type Flasher unit - 4807

  • Part #:
    211249
  • Manufacturer Part #:
    4807

MSRP Price: $19.99

Our Price: $17.99

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Overview of Kuryakyn Load Equalizer for Mechanical Relay-type Flasher unit - 4807

  • Universal 4-amp load equalizer
  • Works great when replacing OEM turn signals with low-draw LED or small incandescent turn signals
  • For use with mechanical relay-type flasher units

Included Items:
(1) Metric load equalizer
(3) Wire connectors
(1) Instructions

Specs for Kuryakyn Load Equalizer for Mechanical Relay-type Flasher unit - 4807

Type Load Equalizer
Units Each
Weight 0.18 lbs

Cross reference number(s):

20500111

Specs for Kuryakyn Load Equalizer for Mechanical Relay-type Flasher unit - 4807

Type Load Equalizer
Units Each
Weight 0.18 lbs

Fitment for Kuryakyn Load Equalizer for Mechanical Relay-type Flasher unit - 4807

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Part 211249 fits the following machines

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Great purchase
The load equalizer is a cheap and easy way to get LED marker lights to blink at a reasonable rate. It installed easily to my tail lights and housed in my rear cowling area. The brake light plugged in directly, but I had to splice in the signal lights. Great product.
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i installed this product to slow down my turn signal flash rate,but when the bike is at an idle the flash rate is fast. but when you are moving and giving it gas, it is slow down how it should be at all times
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So I'm changing out all four turn signals to LEDs; do I need four of these? The rear would probably be an integrated taillight/turn signal, so three maybe?
Renn42 on Nov 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It would depend in year, make, and model. My 1986 HD Softail uses two, one for front and the second for the rear lights. My newer bike uses one that plugs into the main computer. What the module does is it adds resistance to trick the bike into thinking it has the same resistance with the LED lights as it would with the standard filament bulbs.

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