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Over the weekend I whacked away the rear mud flap
and installed a converter for my tail lights.

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It was HOT and HUMID!
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wait...:confused... looking at these pics....I put on the old tags!
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looks very familiar. i like the blue LEDs. are those the turn signals and the reds the brake light?

looks great
 

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Naaaw.
The LEDs are nothing more then attention getters.
I thought about working them in with the turn signals
but changed my mind.
They are just on all the time.
Right a cage hight you can see em a mile off.
 

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Looking good. My Dr X FX kit for my rear light has the blue LED's in them. I accidentally turned them on when I was playing with my front brake and was pulled over 4 km down the road. The copper was like 'THOSE ARE FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES ONLY but I wont book you because you kinda look like you're gonna cry but CHANGE THEM OR ELSE!" so yeah, they look good but coppers no likie.
 

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what did you make the undertail out of? or did you buy it?? NEED something like that for my bike
 

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looks good...keep up the good work...
 

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what did you make the undertail out of? or did you buy it?? NEED something like that for my bike
Thanks for all the commits folks.

Arron, I made it out of some scrap card board.



J/K:devious

Actually, it was sheet metal from an old heavy duty storage shelf
I had around here.
Not too thick or heavy, just right.
Make you a good working pattern and go from there.





The hardest part was the cutting away the fender.
Not that it was that "hard" to cut.
It is just once you make a cut.... you are committed. (lil scary!)





I used a box cutter to cut through the sides.
Then used a hack saw blade (w/out the handle) and just sawed
through the rest by following the underside line of the bike, just
let it cut where it may.

Hold your card board under there to draw your pattern.....

There ya go.:)

Good luck.
It is really not as hard as it may look.
 

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Looks tight!

btw...it might be a good idea to blur out your license plate#. I'm sure the site regulars are all kool n the gang. But 1 amoral asshole can do a whole lot of damage w/that #....
 

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Looks tight!

btw...it might be a good idea to blur out your license plate#. I'm sure the site regulars are all kool n the gang. But 1 amoral asshole can do a whole lot of damage w/that #....
Thanks Bro.
Even though they are old plates...
I fixed it anyways.:)
 
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