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New front blinkers?... check!

Sorry for all the recent pics but I'm excited about these blinkers. The shape is real nice and they flow with the bike. LP LED's. Only 20 bucks too! I'm getting the integrater for the tail when I get back from KY. I got these in time for bike night tonight. Gotta go polish it up...
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Dude I like the sharp angles of those, where did you get them, do they have short stalk ones?

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Dude I like the sharp angles of those, where did you get them, do they have short stalk ones?
Umm, those are short stalk. They're made by Lockhart Phillips. I'll see if I can get a link to 'em from Cycle Gear. Not sure if they're online yet though.
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They look really good, but would look even better if they had clear lens.
I'm still going to go with the flush mount LED's....one day.
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Thos look sweeeet!

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AEW... they are cute!

Are they LED? They look like it.




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AEW... they are cute!

Are they LED? They look like it.
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LP LED's. Only 20 bucks too!

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Yea! Me too!

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Nice man. Keep those pics coming.


And you keep saying you need to polish....your bike is F'n black pal. WTF are you polishing?



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Nice man. Keep those pics coming.


And you keep saying you need to polish....your bike is F'n black pal. WTF are you polishing?
Are you serious? It's shiny black.
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Are you serious? It's shiny black.
You can never keep'em clean. Just watch those dry washes. Its way easy to scratch the paint.

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You can never keep'em clean. Just watch those dry washes. Its way easy to scratch the paint.
Dry washes? You mean not using water and just using spray stuff?
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Dry washes? You mean not using water and just using spray stuff?
Dry dusting or spray polish.

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Dry dusting or spray polish.
Through trial and error, I believe I have a real good system now. It's all about the terry clothes. At 6 bucks for one (I have 4), I have the best ones out there.
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That can make all the difference in the world when detailing.

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That can make all the difference in the world when detailing.
Yup. You should see it shine! i usually use my buffer witht the polish but there's so many nooks and crannies on my bike the buffer won't fit.
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Yup. You should see it shine! i usually use my buffer witht the polish but there's so many nooks and crannies on my bike the buffer won't fit.
Most everything by hand on a bike.

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Just bought some brand new front AND rear Goodridge SS brake lines. Only 100 bucks shipped. Not a bad deal, huh? I can't wait to put 'em on!
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