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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-14-2011, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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Relocating the stock turn signals

I hate having to maneuver my hands around the turn signals every time I access the ignition. I have seen ignition relocation kits, kits for non-stock signals but nothing for the stock ones. Anyone know if there is something like this out there?
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quickest and cheapest is to buy the stock Thruxton front signal light brkt, costs about 13 bucks.

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quickest and cheapest is to buy the stock Thruxton front signal light brkt, costs about 13 bucks.
I performed the mod for a fellow member. Took about 30 minutes, three tools, 8mm socket for the regulator/bracket,14mm open end wrench for the turn signal hardware, a Phillips screw driver for the headlight retaining screws and a rag to wipe the anti-corrosion grease from the electrical connectors off your fingers! If you go that route be sure to buy the two cable retains that clip onto the regulator bracket,if you wise to make it "factory" looking.
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The scrambler one does not stick out as much , it looks neater
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Its not a real complicated bracket if you want to make your own.

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