Hollow Tip X 3 in 1 LED Indicators Black
AUD115.00 – AUD231.00 inc. GST inc. GST
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BLACK 3 in 1 HOLLOW TIP LED INDICATORS
Our highly rated 3 in 1 Chrome Motorcycle LED Indicators run Red and Amber LED lighting, operating as a 3 in 1: Turn Signals, Brake Light and Tail Light, all in one.
This ultra bright unit can be used as a 3 in 1 turn/brake/tail with the addition of two simple 2-way splitters: the Brake/Tail Splitter or simply used a minimal and classically styled turn signal.
The features of the 3 in 1 LED Turn Signals Indicators are:
- Billet aluminium with stainless steel mounting hardware
- e-marked (E13)
- M8 size mounting hardware
- IP65 Weatherproof
- High intensity LED Red and Amber
- Hard anodised surface
- 23mm Diameter x 40mm Length
- Brake/Tail Splitter available here to use all 3 lights
** Warning: Colour anodising may be damaged by certain chemicals or abrasion and can be prone to sun-fade if exposed to the sun for a prolonged time. Please take care to shelter your bike when you can.
INSTALLATION OF YOUR LED INDICATORS
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WHY CUSTOMERS LOVE THEM
Measuring a minimal 23mm Diameter these 3 in 1 chrome motorcycle LED indicators keep the clean look of your custom motorcycle intact while making sure there is no compromise on safety. The Dome X is a complete solution to your signal lighting.
Complementing the skill of the builder, the Dome 3 in 1 chrome motorcycle LED indicators are the obvious choice for any discerning motorcycle enthusiast. Minimalistic and Super bright. These LED indicators are designed to be barely noticeable until you switch them on!
The mounting options have been improved with a 3 piece design, allowing the user to disassemble and modify the offset easily.
Easy to install, totally adjustable and backed by Purpose Built Moto’s 12 month warranty. You’ve just found the perfect 3 way motorcycle LED indicators.
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