Arlen Ness Deep Cut Factory Style LED Turn Signal W/ Fire Ring LEDs- Dual Filament - Amber (Black) (Sold Each)

Arlen Ness Deep Cut Factory Style LED Turn Signal W/ Fire Ring LEDs- Dual Filament - Amber (Black) (Sold Each)

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Note: Image Shows Chrome Housing and Red Lens. Actual Turn Signal Has Black Housing With Amber Lens.

Dual Filament Amber Front Turn Signal with Amber Trim Ring LEDs (Sold Each)

  • Definitely the finest factory style turn signal on the market
  • Deep Cut styled billet housings in chrome or black anodized
  • Super bright "Fire Ring" LED lens kit adds the finishing touch
  • Sold each

NOTE: For OEM functionality all front applications require dual filament kits and rear applications require single filament kits except 07-12 XL1200N & 09-12 XL883N models which require dual filament kits. A load equalizer will be need to be purchased separately for your year and application a load equalizer will be need to be purchased separately for your year and application.

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This accessory fits:

Custom Fit - May Not Fit All Bikes
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Important Fitment Details:
Most Harley Davidson and Metric Cruiser Models

Note: A load equalizer will need to be purchased separately for your motorcycle year and model application

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Question & Answers:

    Question about which turn signal

    posted on 10/14/13 by
    WilliamStevens (WilliamStevens) from , , wrote:

    My question relates to the different deep cut turn signals.  I have a 2007 Victory Vegas.  I was curious about what is recommended for the front and back.  You have part or model numbers 12-749 through 12-755.  You have the single and dual filaments and the amber or the red.  I assume you would use the red on the back and amber on the front or could use amber for both?  Do you recommend single or dual filament for the front or back?  Your assistance would be helpful.


    posted on 10/15/13 by
    cruisermark from , CA, United States, wrote:

    Turbo my friend, you're an absolute champion

    posted on 10/15/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    After reading this
    and after downloading a Vegas owners manual, I would say most Victorys dont have running light option (eg like HD do), so you would have to run a separate wire to each dual filament front turn signal to enable running light options. Obviously the original wire would feed the turn signal filament in the dual filament lamp.
    Note if you buy LED units you wil need a load resistor unit to prevent flash rate issues.

    If you have your heart set on Arlen Ness, perhaps also ask them the question:
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    Cheers, Steve
    (I'm a community member and not a CC employee)
    Call CC on 888-302-9789 with Questions

    posted on 10/14/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    Assume you are in the USA, and as I am in Australia I cant specifially comment on the USA design rules, but I think you have usually running lights on the front signals so dual filament for the front and single at the rear.
    Maybe a USA rider can pipe in and offer some advice?