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Some advice needed on turn signals

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    Posted: October/10/11 at 9:45am
Greetings Brethren,
  I need some advice on a replacement rear turn signal for my 2000 Honda Shadow 600 VLX.  It was slightly cracked when I purchased the bike last year, and it's getting to the point where it needs to be replaced. Now, this being my first bike, and while it's a great bike, I don't plan on riding it forever.  So I'm not looking to spend a ton of $$ for replacement turn signal, but I want something that's going to be bright and reliable.  I found some used OEM Honda ones on ebay for about $40 per each, and plenty of other styles such as LED or generic replacements for about half the price.  

Any thoughts on which direction I should go?


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I think there pretty much all the same. With the oem your just paying for the name. I would go with the aftermarket ones with the LED's. Or you can just do what I did on my old bike when they quit working just take them off and use hand signals.
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