Upgrade your motorcycle with the QUASCO Flexible Rear Motorcycle LED Fork Turn Signal Blinkers. These innovative blinkers provide enhanced visibility and style to your bike. With their flexible design, they can be easily installed on the rear fork of your motorcycle, ensuring that other drivers can see your turning signals clearly.
- Flexible LED blinkers for motorcycle rear forks
- Enhanced visibility for turning signals
- Easy installation
- Durable and weather-resistant
- Sleek and stylish design
Step 1: Prepare the Blinkers
Start by unpacking the QUASCO Flexible Rear Motorcycle LED Fork Turn Signal Blinkers. Ensure that all the necessary components are included.
Step 2: Locate the Rear Fork
Identify the rear fork of your motorcycle where you want to install the blinkers. Make sure the surface is clean and free from any dirt or debris.
Step 3: Attach the Blinkers
Using the provided adhesive or mounting brackets, attach the blinkers to the rear fork. Ensure they are securely fastened and positioned correctly for optimal visibility.
Step 4: Connect the Wiring
Connect the wiring of the blinkers to the motorcycle’s electrical system. Follow the provided instructions or consult a professional if needed.
Step 5: Test and Adjust
Turn on your motorcycle and test the blinkers to ensure they are functioning properly. Adjust the positioning if necessary for better visibility.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Can these blinkers be used on any motorcycle?
Yes, the QUASCO Flexible Rear Motorcycle LED Fork Turn Signal Blinkers are designed to be compatible with most motorcycles.
2. Are these blinkers legal?
These blinkers comply with the necessary regulations and are legal for use on public roads. However, it’s always recommended to check your local laws and regulations.
3. Are they weather-resistant?
Yes, these blinkers are designed to be durable and weather-resistant, ensuring they can withstand various weather conditions.
4. Can I install them myself?
Yes, the installation process is straightforward and can be done by most motorcycle enthusiasts. However, if you’re unsure, it’s always best to consult a professional.