Join Date: May 2015
Location: Marietta, GA
Year/Make/Model: 2010 Kawasaki Voyager
If you ride much in rain, or even if you don't, you may want to coat the contacts with dielectric grease after cleaning. Once assembled, it may take a few pushes in each direction to rub enough of the grease off to make good contact, but the grease will help prevent the switch from getting water shorts in the future. Downside is that the switches will need to be cleaned occasionally as the grease will collect dust and dirt. It's a trade off. Reliable turn signals if you ride in rain much (and the same can be done for the start button) for the price of occasional maintenance. For me, it's worth it for as often as I get caught in rain.
RAM mount for TomTom Rider 400 (with anti theft module)
6000k LED Headlight & Spots; Kisan Headlight Modulator (works with LEDs),
__Brake Light Modulator, LED License Plate Holder
Dobeck EJK 3.0
Lucky Mirror Extenders
Misc. RAM Mounts for Cup Holder, SPOT, Phone, etc.
Chuckster BAK, Trailer Hitch and Cooler Rack
Wiring for Trailer
Ray's Throttle Mod
Things to do:
Drilling Baffle Plates (Maybe)
Paint HF Tag Along Trailer to Match Bike