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    Wanting to swap out the front turn signals with something aftermarket that can be wired to plug back into factory plugs. What are the GO TO front turn signals look for? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGSTUF View Post
    Wanting to swap out the front turn signals with something aftermarket that can be wired to plug back into factory plugs. What are the GO TO front turn signals look for? Thanks!

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    What don’t you like about them? I placed clear LE lenses and the silver star bulb in mine. You see a blueish hue when off and it glows yellow when powered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rynosback View Post
    What don’t you like about them? I placed clear LE lenses and the silver star bulb in mine. You see a blueish hue when off and it glows yellow when powered.
    The chrome is just ridiculous...I have NO idea why Suzuki would take the black/orange BOSS and put huge chrome signals on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGSTUF View Post
    The chrome is just ridiculous...I have NO idea why Suzuki would take the black/orange BOSS and put huge chrome signals on it
    They were trying to match the grey derby cover.

    Ge whichever signals you like, cut the wires for the stock signals. Wire the stock plugs onto the new signals and plug them in. If you ever want to go back to stock signals, reverse the process.
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