This kit addresses modern road rules specifying a working stop lamp on single pole tail lights fitted to 20's and early 30's American motorcycles fitted witht he small round Chicago Supply tail lamp assemblys
It fits many Indian®, Harley-Davidson®, Exelcsior, Henderson, Ace and most other Amercian motorcycles of this period.
parts Included are:
Led board with stop running and registration illumination lights
new nut that goes inside the Chicago supply light bucket
new stem thats screws into the nut
its an easy job depending on the lamp bucket (indians have either 2 or 3 rivets you may need to dremmel the back side to allow the nut to sit flat on top of the rivets)
the panel nut is undone
remove the stem/bulb holder
replace with the new base nut inside the lamp bucket
once flat screw in the new stem from the back of the bucket
locate the led with the 2 screws provided (needs 2 x 2mm pilot holes drilled in the new base nut to hold the led board.
feed the wires out the back of the bucket thru the rubber tail.
screw the 2 screws thru the locating holes in led board into the pilot holes drilled
make sure the 2 underside led diodes face thru the registration plate illumination window
replace the lamp glass
connect up your led wires 1 to ground 1 to stop circuit 1 to running lamp circuit
Its always best practise to seal into the rubber tail with some silicon sealing compound just to prevent any water ingress. (not supplied)
thats the lot takes about 30 to 40 minutes although sometime the panel nuts can be a bit tricky if they have been in place a long time.