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    Rear Indicator Brackets for Triumph motorbikes

    Brand: Motone
    €24,50 In stock
    Indicator brackets to reposition the rear indicators at the top of the shock absorbers.
    See applications and details below.
    Article number
    MMU585

    Product description

    Application
    - Bonneville all versions 2001-2016
    - Thruxton 900 all versions 2004-2016
    - Scrambler 900 all versions 2006-2016
    - America all versions 2001-2017
    - Speedmaster all versions 2003-2017
    - Bonneville T100 all versions 2017+
    - Bonneville T120 all versions 2016+
    - Street Twin 2016-2022
    - Speed Twin 900 (2022+)
    - Street Cup 2017-2019
    - Street Scrambler 2017-2022
    - Scrambler 900 (2022+)
    - Speed Twin 1200 all versions 2019+
    - Thruxton 1200/R/RS all versions 2016+
    - Rocket III all versions 2004-2017
    - Thunderbird 1600/1700 all versions 2009-2017

    Not suitable for Scrambler 1200 all versions 2019+.

    Description
    Indicator brackets made from stainless steel for optimum strength (most other products on the market are made from aluminium, and they weaken over time with the bike's vibrations, these will never yield).

    They are laser cut then powder-coated in satin black (same finish as the frame of the bike).

    Sold in pairs.

    Allow the mounting of most aftermarket indicators on threaded rod diameter 8mm or 10mm, as well as the Triumph-specific indicators held by twin-point fittings. Includes blanking plates if not using the OEM holes.

    Fit outside (in front of) or inside (behind) the shock absorber depending on the type of shocks on your bike.

    12 month warranty.

    Reviews

    5 from 5Based on 4 reviews
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    5 from 5
    Monté sur le thruxton R. Ne me reste plus qu’à choisir les clignotants.. Quel est le modèle des petits noirs sur la troisième photo ?
    Posted by: Marco on 15 October 2020
    5 from 5
    Est-ce compatible avec les clignotants "Black Bullets" (DIV007) ?
    (la pointe du clignotant ne touche pas l'amortisseur ?)

    Réponse British Legends - oui, sans problème.
    Posted by: Emmanuel on 25 October 2015
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