Reprinted by Permission from Mr Tidy's Tech Tips
The first lens I observed that would fit our turn signal light housings were some at Star Days 99' on Barons table. Prices on these lens were $10.00 a piece.
I had seen a few post that said a Harley lens would work but never saw a part number so off I went to local cycle shop "Rodneys Cycle House" here in Little Rock. I found a FLT red lens made by Custom Chrome that fit if I flipped the trim ring over and it fit perfectly in the backside of the trim ring, the drawback I thought would be that the trim ring just set in the lamp housing and did not have a water tight seal.
Later now, I've found out that this has not been a problem as the Barons did not seem to have a water tight seal either. The last I heard the supply of lens from Barons has been depleted and no longer available. Here's your chance to have a nice looking red rear turn signal lens....
Happy riding **Mr. Tidy**
OHNO11 said in a post that Heres an old Yamaha Part# 341-83332-70 for red lens, some dealers may still have some , fit all star line bikes, just remove trim ring on stock lenses..
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Written by charlyme, on 10-28-2007 16:41
what tells us to use red or amber for S/R singals on the back or front
Thanks for the tip
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