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has anyone ever purchased anything on ebay from http://myworld.ebay.com/ebaymotors/extreme_discount_cycle/



and, i'm looking at purchasing this tail light, Item number: 300118009143 does anyone have any positive or negative thoughts? or maybe a better manufactuer? or know of a better price...

thanks
 

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I don't get the 'fit 1991/2007'

did they meant 2nd gen only or all ex500
 

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?? dunno. im a bit a of retard when it comes to this stuff.
 

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it's not integrated you can get the same tail light that is integrated for just a little bit more $100 i think ive seen it on ebay several times and there is a post on here that has one listed somewhere
 

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i found an integrated one for 119, at hardracing.com.

two questions, first the descrip says its good 94-01, will that fit an 06 without any alterations?

and 2, anyone ever purchase anything from this site?
 

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I can answer the first question in the affirmative. '94-07 all same.
 

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This is a much better deal on the same exact tail light. In fact it's the best deal I've seen on it:

http://www.streetracerparts.com/Kaw...2003_Clear_Taillight_LED_V_p/ctl-0003-l-1.htm

These are the clear rear turn signals:

http://www.streetracerparts.com/Clear_Turnsignals_p/cts-0001-16.htm

I personally am not a big fan of integrated tail lights. It seems to me that motorcycles already have inherently less visible lighting than a car. I'd leave my brake/parking lights alone to do what they were intended to do and leave the turn signals alone to do the same. For maximum visibility you could simply change all the bulbs to either LED or brighter incandescent.

Of course I've always been known as one of those "old young guys" so visibility/safety always trumps style when choosing between one or the other. In some cases though, like this tail light the two seem to come together. :)
 

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Technically, you can use the parts-store trailer-harness integrator ($12) and wire it so that you have "integrated" turn signals, but still leave the factory turn signals there, too. I've been contemplating trying that out, but I haven't decided yet. Right now it's just integrated.
 
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