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Tuff Lites! by Extreme Dual Sport

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by ExtremeDualSport, Jan 3, 2013.

  1. jjxtrider

    jjxtrider questionable

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    Do the same fees apply if shipped from an individual not as parts from a seller ?


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  2. Bungholio

    Bungholio Long timer

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    I need a lens for one of mine. After a ride the first week of November I noticed I was missing a lens, any chance I could get one. I should just pony up for a set for the front while I'm at it. I don;'t want to replace the whole turn signal for just the lens, and it still works fine. Went for a ride yesterday and it was wet, muddy, and raining and they still work. My set is from the previous manufacturer but I assume the lens should be the same?
  3. penzone

    penzone Been here awhile

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    I found a lense from my front pair in the trailer the other day (old mfg). Luckily, I still had it, so I used some gorilla super glue to put it back on. Held up through one ride...so far.
  4. Bungholio

    Bungholio Long timer

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    I'm hoping Mr thumbs has some parts laying around....:beer
  5. mr. thumbs

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    Same lens.

    http://www.extremedualsport.com/ind...acement-Parts/c/21721117/offset=0&sort=normal
  6. Bungholio

    Bungholio Long timer

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  7. mr. thumbs

    mr. thumbs Long timer

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    Caught me in a good mood so I tossed a little something extra in the box for ya.
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  8. I82l8

    I82l8 Been here awhile Supporter

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    mr. thumbs what size are the nuts for the blinker? I want to replace the flanged ones with regular ones.
    Thanks.
  9. jjxtrider

    jjxtrider questionable

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    10mm x 1.5mm , takes a 17mm wrench/socket I do believe.





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  10. mr. thumbs

    mr. thumbs Long timer

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    Close but no cigar for you.

    10m x 1.25
    takes a 14mm but you can get them in different sizes.
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  11. jjxtrider

    jjxtrider questionable

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    I think I swapped my originals for SS nylock's that I put on most everything to stop corrosion .


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  12. Bungholio

    Bungholio Long timer

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    Order received, appreciate your generosity.
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  13. outlaws

    outlaws Been here awhile

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    Finally pulling the trigger on these for my DRZ400, broke way too many cheap-o blinkers and it's a chore to replace them all the time. I'm hoping the universal plug works out of the box.
  14. mr. thumbs

    mr. thumbs Long timer

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    If you want to save a few bucks on tax and shipping you can pick them up at my place in Orange.
  15. outlaws

    outlaws Been here awhile

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    Got around to installing these over the holidays and digging the look of the blinkers so far, thanks!
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  16. meat popsicle

    meat popsicle Ignostic

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    I was replacing a broken turn signal on my 2003 KTM 640a, second one in 15 years (yes i've been down way more than twice), and a third broke off without a fall. I'm thinking the life span of the stock KTM turn signals on a thumper may be over. Its been a good run but why not give these a shot? I picked up a pair for the front while ordering some Sicass Racing flat mounts for the rear (PMB rear rack will protect them in a fall). Looking forward to trying out your product.
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  17. penzone

    penzone Been here awhile

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    I need to order a pair. Could you repost the link, or should I just send you a PM?
  18. DistortedAxis

    DistortedAxis GO

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    Also placed an order for KTM lights!
  19. Granitic

    Granitic Backcountry rider

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    Tough but my 2014/15 era are like candles.

    DOT-compliant turn signals are LARGE and VERY BRIGHT. Impressively bright, like 23 watts incandescent.

    These are tiny and very dim.

    Pavement is a war zone.

    Any chance the LEDs have finally been upgraded?

    Given the price point, importance of conspicuity to survival, and price/performance curve of LEDs, I will be amazed if the LEDs have not been upgraded yet.
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  20. mr. thumbs

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    Same LED's. We tried a variety of different LED's and nothing proved to be brighter and give the same viewing angle. I'm all ears if you know of a better LED. 5mm through hole is what our specs call for. I'm willing to give it another go.

    Keep in mind these signal are not intended for the daily freeway commuter.