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Wanted: Factory passing light bar 2 Months ago  
A new factory one is around $130, looking for a pretty nice used one, not cracked like mine good chrome.

Anyone?
 
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Re:Wanted: Factory passing light bar 2 Months ago  
$130 don't sound bad for new oem. Is that wired?or would you have to pull wires.
 
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Re:Wanted: Factory passing light bar 2 Months ago  
MikeyC wrote:
$130 don't sound bad for new oem. Is that wired?or would you have to pull wires.

Have to pull wires but just for the passing lights, so just 1 hot to each one.

$130 isn't bad but this project is $130-ing me to death
 
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Re:Wanted: Factory passing light bar 2 Months ago  
If I was going to buy a new one I would get the new die cast style. I have an oem one I'm not going to use. I will tale a look at it tomorrow.
 
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Re:Wanted: Factory passing light bar 2 Months ago  
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If I was going to buy a new one I would get the new die cast style. I have an oem one I'm not going to use. I will tale a look at it tomorrow.

Die cast style?

Let me know about that and the OEM one you have.

Thanks!
 
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Re:Wanted: Factory passing light bar 2 Months ago  
This is the die cast one. From what I understand these aren't prone to breakage

https://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-Motorcycle-Passing-models-STR-5VN35-40-00/dp/B005C5AK8K
 
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Re:Wanted: Factory passing light bar 2 Months ago  
Jist went looking for mine. I habe no idra where it went. Sorry.
 
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Re:Wanted: Factory passing light bar 2 Months ago  
Penguin,

No problem, thanks for looking. Figures the better bar would be $50 more ... Bikes suck money out of the wallet so fast!
 
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Re:Wanted: Factory passing light bar 2 Months ago  
Bike bucks, same as boat bucks, $100 U.S. Dollars = 1 bike buck
 
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Re:Wanted: Factory passing light bar 2 Months ago  
I have one I am taking off as one of my passing lamps cracked and I am going with just a directional bar. $60 shipped once it gets a bit warmer here to replace the bar I purchased to replace it.
 
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