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Yet another idea for keeping rear side markers after removing the gaudy stock assembly. I used two of those small red reflectors they sell for attaching the plate and I installed them on the mystery hole next to the rear shock mounts. I cut a small piece of rubber tubing that fit snug inside the threaded mystery hole and it expands like a wall anchor when you screw in the small reflectors. Makes for a clean method of keeping side markers although they are quit small.
 

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They may be small, but they're good enough to reflect light at night and that's what really matters. Also very clean looking!
 

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Yet another idea for keeping rear side markers after removing the gaudy stock assembly. I used two of those small red reflectors they sell for attaching the plate and I installed them on the mystery hole next to the rear shock mounts. I cut a small piece of rubber tubing that fit snug inside the threaded mystery hole and it expands like a wall anchor when you screw in the small reflectors. Makes for a clean method of keeping side markers although they are quit small.
You know what size those holes are right off the Bat? Thread size too?

I was thinking about either those micro Egal eye Led's or even another set of Micro Led turn signals.
 

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I went out and measured and here is what I got on those two saddle bag holes.
Depth of the holes is like an inch and 1/8.
The size of a bolt that would fit I believe would be a 10mm. The inside measured 9mm from what I could tell.
So those Eagle eye Led's I believe would fit. If they dont, they can be made to fit pretty easy.
 
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