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On 2006-12-03 00:33, DrPangloss wrote:
Then again, it kinda looks like fun, I just might do it just to satisfy my loathing for those goofy stock ones.
Here are some of the common alternatives - some not so cheap.

http://www.bellacorse.com/bcc127.htm
http://www.bellacorse.com/bcc062-65.htm
http://www.bellacorse.com/bcc007-8.htm
http://www.bellacorse.com/bcc090.htm
http://www.newbonneville.com/html/bullet_marker_lights.html
http://www.newbonneville.com/html/kellermann_turn_signals.html
Dr.P,also try the DennisKirk and J&P Cycles websites and check the signals in both the HD and metric bike "catalogs". I really like my Kuryakyns. They are somewhat spendy but the build quality is awesome.

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Pat,when I painted my stockers I just wiped them down with a degreaser/wax remover and sprayed them. I`ve had good luck with Krylon Fusion,Duplicolor gloss black enamel and even Hammerite.[the REAL stuff,not the Krylon version].The chrome on the lights isn`t metallic,so really no need to rough them up first.
 

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IMO,you guys can`t go too wrong with any of your rigs. I mostly gas weld my stuff,but I have a little Lincoln HD100 wirefeeder that runs on 110v. Its a simple 4 position heat range and will run at the end of a 50' 12-3 extension cord.I run it off my work trucks Honda 5000 generator with the auto-throttle switched off.I use the .035 flux core too and had no problems burning in a C notch kit in my 72 Chev PU. And like you say,the kits are cheap for aluminum. :cool:
 
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