Three for Thursday: Easy Mount Driving Lights: Fork Mount, Fender Mount, and Bike Specific

Fork Mounted Driving Lights

Name and part number? Fork Mounted Driving Lights (Kuryakyn p/n 5008)

Where does it go? Mounts in place of the front fender support bolts on the front forks in front of the brake calipers.

What makes this part so great? These lights are a great addition to the factory driving lights and really help with visibility at night. They mount low and out of the way and are fully adjustable. These can be wired in to the low beam circuit, factory accessory switch, or mount your own accessory toggle switch (included in kit).

What is it made of? Chrome plated aluminum outer body with glass sealed lenses and chrome hardware.

Is it hard to install? Installation may take a few hours, but can be done at home with basic hand tools. Fairing removal is required for wiring. (A 12v test light and ½” ratcheting wrench will help during the installation) Download the installation instructions here for more details.

What bikes will this part fit? Any Harley Davidson Touring Model made from 1980 to 2010

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? Chrome Lower Leg Accents or Lower Leg Deflector Shields will really dress up the front end of your bike.

Clamp-On Fork Mounted Driving Lights

Name and part number? Clamp-On Fork Mounted Driving Lights (Kuryakyn p/n 5012, 5013, 5014 and 5015)

Where does it go? Mounts to the upper portion of the front forks by clamping around the exposed fork tubes.

What makes this part so great? These lights can be added to virtually any bike using 39mm, 41mm, or 49mm fork tubes. They provide the right amount of extra light without looking out of place. Choose the front mount to keep the lights in tight to the middle or choose the side mount for a wider stance.

What is it made of? Chrome plated cast aluminum main body, aluminum clamps, sealed glass lenses.

Is it hard to install? Simply bolt on and wire to an accessory switch or the low beam. Installation usually takes about an hour on most bikes and can be done with basic hand tools. (A 12v test light will help in locating the correct power wires) Download the installation instructions here.

What bikes will this part fit? Any bike with exposed 39, 41, or 49mm fork tubes.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? Turn your bike into an all out touring machine by adding an AirMaster Quick Detach Windshield and a Quick Release Detachable Saddlebag System.

Driving Lights for Harley Davidson Touring Models

Name and part number? Driving Lights for Electra Glide, Street Glide, and Road King and Driving Lights for Road Glide (Kuryakyn p/n 5005 and 5007)

Where does it go? Mounts in place of the factory turn signals

What makes this part so great? These are some of the best looking and most non intrusive driving lights on the market today. They feature a sleek, modern design that is fully adjustable and never looks out of place thanks to the incorporation of a turn signal and driving light all in one unit.

What is it made of? Chrome plated aluminum bodies, sealed glass lenses for the driving lights, and turn signals that feature Kuryakyn Deep Dish Bezels.

Is it hard to install? Installation requires the removal of the fairing (Road Glides, Street Glides, Electra Glides) or headlight (Road Kings) for wiring, and on Road Glides for the mounting bracket as well. Installation usually takes about an hour or two. Basic hand tools and a 12v test light are required for installation.

Installation Instructions for p/n 5005

Installation Instructions for p/n 5007

What bikes will this part fit?

p/n 5005 fits: 97-’10 FLHT, FLHTC, FLHTCU, FLHTK, ’04-’05 FLHTCSE, ’06-’10 FLHTCUSE, ’06-’10 FLHX, ‘10 FLHXSE, ’97-’10 FLHR, ’98-’10 FLHRC, ‘04-’07 FLHRS, & ’07-’08 FLHRSE

p/n 5007 fits: 1998 to 2010 Road Glides

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? LED Front Turn Signal Conversions and an HID Headlight will just about make your bike the visible from space.

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One Response to “Three for Thursday: Easy Mount Driving Lights: Fork Mount, Fender Mount, and Bike Specific”

  1. Got a set of small bullets (yours).
    Do you make a mounting bracket so I can adjust them side to side? Wannt to not have them pointing straight out, Want to get some side lighting.
    THANKS kenny