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British Customs chrome P-clamp & indicators

G'day fellas,

Has anyone used the British Cutoms chrome P-clamp to attach their aftermarket bullet or other style indicators. I've done a search but nothing is coming up at all. If yes, any pics of the installation?

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send a link of what you are talking about. i have bullet indicators on my Thruxton (the pic on the british customs site for the bullet indicators is actually my bike) and not sure what you're talking about. for the front signals i just swapped the old for the new and the rears were mounted on the inside of the shock mount with bracket adapters.

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I use the Kuryakyn P-clamps and small silver bullets.They work just fine!

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Thanks sbpark, a the link is below:
http://www.british-customs.com/p-cla...s-pr-1511.html

Yep rodburner, I think that looks like the same clamp. Looks like it works well on your bike. Do you have pics of your bike on the site?

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I made my own P clamps for headlight mounts and turn signal mounts out of some 1-5/8" exhaust P clamps I bought on ebay for like $6 a pair.

here's a link to my original thread about it:

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Hey Rodburner, great bike. I've seen it many times on here.

Thanks Sweatm great bike too and very inventive.

I've figured that I'll just have to make my own bracket. Don't want the indicators attached to the shocks, that's way too far forward for me. I have a grab-rail, so will try fabricating something off the screws for the rear upper rail.

Again, thanks guys.
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