Amber LED Fork Wrap-Arounds™
Billet Fork Wrap-Arounds™ Turn Signals with 30 Amber LEDs per unit. Made from T06061 Billet Aluminum. Available in Black Annodized or Chrome Finish with choice of Clear or Smoke Lens. SMART Signal Stabilizer™ may be required. Lifetime Warranty Against LED Failure. Sold Pair. U.S. Patent US 8,876,331 B2; US 8,192,061 B2; US D605,345 S; US D611,177 S; US D611,178 S; US D611,187 S
Eclipze® Wrap Around Turn Signal Converter is Required on all H-D® BCM Bikes (2011-Present Softail , 2012-Present Dynas, 2014-Present Touring, 2014-Present Sportsters) If Front Turn Signals are removed
Note: This product is designed and intended for use as auxiliary lighting only. It is NOT intended to replace any original equipment lighting installed on the vehicle and should not be used for that purpose. This product must be wired so that it does not interfere with any original equipment lighting
*Please confirm size on motorcycle before ordering. Your fork must be the same size as the mm options listed here to ensure proper fitment.
CA Residents WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and lead components, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Amber Turn Signal
Black Anodized or Chrome Finish
T06061 Billet Aluminum
Load Equalizer may be required
Lifetime LED Warranty
Sold as a Pair
Available for 39mm, 41mm, 43mm, 49mm, and 56mm forks
H-D® BCM Bikes (2011-Present Softail , 2012-Present Dynas, 2014-Present Touring, 2014-Present Sportsters) Require Adapter EPZ-WA if Front Turn Signals are removed
Convert Amber Fork Wrap-Around™ to Dual Intensity (70% ON Running Lights with Full Contrast Turn Signal) with the Eclipze® Wrap Around Module.
How To Measure
Use a string to wrap around the fork and mark where the string touches. Using a tape measure, measure the space between the start and end of the fork in millimeters. This measurement is the circumference. To get the diameter, use a calculator and divide the circumference by 3.14. The result is the diameter of your fork.