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Installing Euro-style turn signals/indicators help

bcls482

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Can anyone direct me to a posting which will help me install my euro-style turn signals in the fairing? Or can anyone offer a tip on how to separate the two parts of the panel that the turn indicator is mounted in? I can deal with the screws but I have never before seen the toothed rings set on plastic posts which hold the two parts together. Do I crush them to remove them, or do they unscrew or do I need a special tool? Can I get more of these rings from an auto supply store if I have to? Has anyone out there done this installation?
Thanks in advance for any advice you can offer....Len
 

bcls482

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Thanks, John, for your reply.

That link got me really excited, and left me kicking myself for not finding it on my own. But unfortunately, my "fillers" appear to be white plastic throughout. Since I already purchased a new pair of euro-style lamps, I scraped the heck out of the "filler" and could not get to any transparent lens. I pulled off the six push nuts that hold the two pieces of the side panel together and installed the new lamps and epoxied the two parts of the panel together. Now to find that damn wire !!!

Cheers, Len
 
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