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Old 09-09-2013, 07:10 AM   #46
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Old 09-13-2013, 06:56 PM   #47
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So far, soooo good!

Was having issues with continually breaking tusk dual sport LEDs on my dual sported KLX450R. One day I decided I had enough and began looking for a better blinker. Found it right here! Not much to say, they go on easy, look better than I had expected, and most importantly.....they truly are tough!


I dropped my Klx on a recent CO ride prob 10x on rocky roads, two track, and single track and not one issue with these blinkers. They are EXCELLENT and well worth the money. You get what u pay for with these blinkers!
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Old 10-22-2013, 01:09 PM   #48
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Wow Can't believe I didn't see you post the video. Thanks Alot!!!
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Old 10-22-2013, 01:10 PM   #49
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Was having issues with continually breaking tusk dual sport LEDs on my dual sported KLX450R. One day I decided I had enough and began looking for a better blinker. Found it right here! Not much to say, they go on easy, look better than I had expected, and most importantly.....they truly are tough!


I dropped my Klx on a recent CO ride prob 10x on rocky roads, two track, and single track and not one issue with these blinkers. They are EXCELLENT and well worth the money. You get what u pay for with these blinkers!

Glad to hear that you are liking our Tuff Lites!
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Old 10-22-2013, 01:12 PM   #50
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Took about 7 falls this past Sunday dropping the bike many times and these lights held up 100%, completely tuff! Highly recommend these lights to all D/Sers!
Me falling is a different story, as I usually don't fall, but I had literally no life left in my back tire and thus not a lot of gripping power. Not recommended!
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Old 10-23-2013, 12:25 PM   #51
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Took about 7 falls this past Sunday dropping the bike many times and these lights held up 100%, completely tuff! Highly recommend these lights to all D/Sers!
Me falling is a different story, as I usually don't fall, but I had literally no life left in my back tire and thus not a lot of gripping power. Not recommended!
Awesome! Did you take any pics out there?
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:26 AM   #52
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I recently installed a set of Tuff Lites on my F650 Dakar. Love 'em—they're nice and bright and seem durable although I haven't eaten it on the bike since they've been on there. I was able to use my stock flasher with no speed issues, although I understand earlier F650s have an old-style relay that won't work.

I wanted to share the excellent customer service I got from Scott at EDS. I emailed because I had installed the signals and they were all coming on, rather than just one, which happens on some bikes due to juice being fed back from the single indicator light on the dash. I got a reply from Scott in less than two hours, on a Sunday, saying he'd send me their turn signal indicator wiring harness for free to see if it'd work on my bike, if I'd just confirm either way. It didn't, but that's ok—I just took out the li'l indicator bulb on the dash. Good to go!

Overall, a very good experience, from order to install to support.
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Old 01-02-2014, 09:35 PM   #53
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Sounds like a good company, going to order one set of these to try. They will be going on my wife's xt225, 2007.

She has stock front turn signals but replacing the rear with these. If I change the relay will it change the front speeds?

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Old 01-02-2014, 09:41 PM   #54
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KTM EXC 530 - curious if these are so short they won't get the constant exhaust blast such as the factory right that gets melted? Or, will you warranty them if the heat from the exhaust melts them?

Also does the EXC require the flasher or no?


I was going to order some flush mounts but these may be the ticket....
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Old 01-05-2014, 05:05 PM   #55
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not currently
I'm sure one could easily use an available led light dimmer with high beam bypass wire to get always on, dimmed driving lights and wire the blink to the highbeam bypass wire to get the blinking at 100% intensity.
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Old 01-24-2014, 09:41 PM   #56
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KTM EXC 530 - curious if these are so short they won't get the constant exhaust blast such as the factory right that gets melted? Or, will you warranty them if the heat from the exhaust melts them?

Also does the EXC require the flasher or no?


I was going to order some flush mounts but these may be the ticket....
I am curious about this too(the melting right rear signal). I have the flush mounts on my 530 but have been stopped by NF rangers and told my flush mounts are not legal for road riding. They were not specific about why but may be not far enough apart and/or too small. My SIL put these on his WR250R and they are pretty damn good.

I think with the stock muffler melting is not an issue, but put on the FMF and it's toast time.
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Old 04-12-2014, 01:30 PM   #57
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Any chance of a ADV Special ....got 4 fellas here keen for a set of 4
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Old 06-03-2014, 01:32 PM   #58
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I am curious about this too(the melting right rear signal). I have the flush mounts on my 530 but have been stopped by NF rangers and told my flush mounts are not legal for road riding. They were not specific about why but may be not far enough apart and/or too small. My SIL put these on his WR250R and they are pretty damn good.

I think with the stock muffler melting is not an issue, but put on the FMF and it's toast time.
some jurisdictions have specific guidelines in the traffic code/act stating
the width requirements, that might be it or they're bored!
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Old 07-13-2014, 03:00 PM   #59
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Just installed - XT225

Just installed a pair that my wife (mangeldbug) got for her XT225.

The blinker stays on slightly when between flashing on the side that is blinking, but I have no bleed over to the other side. Might just need diode kit to the dash blinker light like my Elefant and DR250SE required when I went to LED bulbs.

I'm not too worried about it.

They look good and are bright!

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Old 07-26-2014, 05:17 PM   #60
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i have a Q about the plug n play for ktm... the turn signal connectors dont fit mine, they are smaller and must be for newer bikes. so when i order the flasher should i just get the universal?
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