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Re:Red lenses for rear blinkers?
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Red lenses for rear blinkers? 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
I have seen several bikes on here with red lenses on the rear blinkers. I looked all over Yamaha's site, and searched here but could not find the answer I need for some that will fit my 01 Roadstar. Where have you guys found them and do you have a part number? I was hoping to find some that would allow me to use the chrome visors to balence out the visors I have on the front. The previous owner has the bike wired up to where they come on when the brake is applied for extra light to be seen, so I do not want to go back to amber. The red lenses that came with the bike are "made to fit" which is okay but the chrome visors won't fit. Also the red lenses have been drilled and a blue dot installed which while looks classy, I understand could get me a ticket in certain areas.

Thanks, Mike
 
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Re:Red lenses for rear blinkers? 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
I ordered mine from JPCycles. Just never put them on.
 
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Re:Red lenses for rear blinkers? 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
Here ya go. Lens also check this one out call or e-mail and tell Glen Curt sent you and he will cut you a good deal. Republic Cycle
 
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Re:Red lenses for rear blinkers? 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
This is what I did, and it was only a couple of bucks. http://roadstarclinic.com/content/view/11/103/

They can also be wired for run and turn pretty easy. If you wanted brake lights too, that is a little harder. Im sure the ones who have done it can tell you how.
 
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Re:Red lenses for rear blinkers? 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
I thought the blinkers had to be amber.
 
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Re:Red lenses for rear blinkers? 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
I'm sure you could probably get them cheaper but I got mine from Kuryakyn for $10.99 each part #2267
 
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Re:Red lenses for rear blinkers? 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
Rear signals can be amber or red. Most states require the rear to be red if you are using them as full time running lights. The front has to be amber.
 
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Re:Red lenses for rear blinkers? 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
signalzero wrote:
Rear signals can be amber or red. Most states require the rear to be red if you are using them as full time running lights. The frnt has to be amber.

+1 on what signalzero said
 
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Re:Red lenses for rear blinkers? 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
I had clear lenses with red chrome bulbs. when i had my stock blinkers on still
 
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Re:Red lenses for rear blinkers? 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
My dealer keeps them in stock, at least when I did mine 6yrs ago. Think he said they were HD lenses. Got them when I bought the run/brake controller from them, which they also keep stock.
 
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