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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-30-2016, 08:33 AM Thread Starter
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When installing a lightbar that includes front turn signal lights how do you cover up the hole in the fork cover as a result of removing the factory front turn signal lights. Is there a trim piece that can be added or is there a fork cover that doesn't have the turn signal light holes?
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When installing a lightbar that includes front turn signal lights how do you cover up the hole in the fork cover as a result of removing the factory front turn signal lights. Is there a trim piece that can be added or is there a fork cover that doesn't have the turn signal light holes?
Post up a pic... If someone hasn't already done it, I'm sure there's a few folks on here that may be able to offer up some suggestions.


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Post up a pic... If someone hasn't already done it, I'm sure there's a few folks on here that may be able to offer up some suggestions.

Thanks for the suggestion. I will post a picture when I get it out of winter storage.
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I'm interested in the exact same thing. I'm looking into light bar options and would like to cover those holes somehow.

One thing I have considered, maybe there is a light bar that would mount in the same place as the turn signals, instead of bolting in under the headlight housing?
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You can always make your own bracket, just takes a piece of metal, a little bending, and a few holes drilled. That or use some fiberglass work to create a housing to cover it all.

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