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Volusia 2002 vl800 taillights turnsignal fixture ar broken

I have a volusia vl 800 2002 and my tail turn siganl lights are working but they are falling down because the plastic holding them broke. I guess someone hit them with their legs. Does anyone knows how I could get the stock turn signal lights fot this bike?
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If you watch the swap meet on this site they come up once in a while. Or ebay, or a dealer 01-08 rear signals will plug right in, although the 04-08 are shaped differently.

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or you might be able to do this based on where they are broken
http://www.dets.com/rusks/Shorten%20...%20Signals.pdf

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thank you for the quick reply but i cannot get to the pdf link you posted
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thank you for the quick reply but i cannot get to the pdf link you posted
try this: http://www.filesavr.com/shortenyourturnsignals



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thank you for the quick reply but i cannot get to the pdf link you posted
Right click and choose save as - open it from where you saved it.

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thank you very much, i got it and by looking at the pdf and not being the first owner, I realized that the previous owner may have shorten them already because mines do not have that extra piece and the rubber part that goes in the actual light casing is broken. I am probably better off buying a set from an old bike.
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you can look at Boulevard Suzuki and Ron Ayers online vendors of parts.

BTW you bike would be listed as a VL800 C,T K4.
K4 is your year, mine is K6 (2006)



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