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post #31 of 33 Old 09-13-16, 18:19
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Installed mine today. Soldered the connections as well. Looks great, happy with my purchase.
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if anyone needs this in 2017 ;)

Originally Posted by Dimmy View Post
The only reason those two halves need serious pressing is because of the wiring. I routed the wiring around the guide pins and it came together smoothly, barely applied any pressure at all.
same here, no force necessary to press the halves together, if you route the wiring precisely.

Moreover, do not bother to complete the wiring before installing the kit. Replace the spacers, route the blinkers wiring + plate light into the compartment under the passenger seat, mount the kit and than connect the wiring. You can easly check if the L/R blinkers are connected correctly.

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I still need to figure out how to add the red reflector. I don't think the way I left it is all the way correct even though it looks great. Anybody out there know?
I lowered the plate so the red reflector (comes with the kit) can be placed right below the plate light (and cover the c'sunk screw), as it is in OEM.
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Update 2018

Update for 2018 - The tail tidy provided for the 13' - 16' contains easy connect bullet plug connector - in other words no wiring or crimping. Just use what's in the kit without additional tools. Also to mount the tailtidy frame to underneath the seat you use 2 supplied bolts/screws and two that came off holding the turn signal indicators.
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