Install a rev counter on your motorcycle

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Then there are two "light housings" that contain three indicator lights each. Jot downrepparttar wire color combinations. This information will become handy later on. Afterwhich, you have to removerepparttar 102703 indicator lights fromrepparttar 102704 housing. Then take out allrepparttar 102705 used motorcycle parts ofrepparttar 102706 rev counter.

Runrepparttar 102707 indicator lights inrepparttar 102708 new black plastic T-shaped Light Housing. Lubricaterepparttar 102709 little rubber receptacles and twist them a little. This should form a T when you look at it fromrepparttar 102710 front.

Then install next eitherrepparttar 102711 light cluster orrepparttar 102712 speedo. If you decide to installrepparttar 102713 light cluster first, then itísrepparttar 102714 rear chrome cover second, thenrepparttar 102715 black plastic T housing, thenrepparttar 102716 plastic indicator plate, thenrepparttar 102717 foam rubber gasket, and finallyrepparttar 102718 front chrome cover.

Next, installrepparttar 102719 tachometer. Getrepparttar 102720 rubber grommet inrepparttar 102721 hole onrepparttar 102722 right which you can easily see as you look atrepparttar 102723 front ofrepparttar 102724 face plate. Luberepparttar 102725 housing, rotate and wiggle it intorepparttar 102726 grommet. Then installrepparttar 102727 wires. The yellow wire, for light, goes inrepparttar 102728 hole atrepparttar 102729 back thatrepparttar 102730 bulb pushes into. Black wire, for ground goes torepparttar 102731 terminal marked (-), whilerepparttar 102732 red/black goes torepparttar 102733 (+). The yellow/black goes torepparttar 102734 terminal betweenrepparttar 102735 ground and +12 volt terminals. Another black wire which has a covered end isrepparttar 102736 ring connector. Put it on one ofrepparttar 102737 studs atrepparttar 102738 back ofrepparttar 102739 rev counter. This is forrepparttar 102740 light in your tachometer.

Just a few screws to tighten and knots to bolt and you're done. Easy isn't it?

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How do you make your Harley Davidson look and feel like an extension of yourself!

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Are you a speed demon that likes to lay rubber onrepparttar road every now and then. Do you get a kick out of doing a little showing off at bike rallies to friends and family? Do you like to participate in show and shine contests?

If you are this person you may want to look at getting your engine rebuilt for increased horsepower. You can't go wrong with a lot of Harley chrome either. Just when you think you have had enough of chrome, you find some more in that catalog.

Don't worry, there is a chrome Harley Davidson motorcycle built to date.

Your style may be a little more subdued. Your main motorcycling purpose in life may be riderepparttar 102702 road and not waste time with anything else. You would have to agree, most people still want to look good riding a Harley.

If you are this person you may only want one or two Accessories. A nice luggage bag that slips over that backrest on your bike looks good when you are on a long trip and it serves a purpose.

Every Harley Davidson owner at some time or another has thought about adding an accessory to his or her motorcycle. You rarely see a stock Harley Davidson!

Keep in mindrepparttar 102703 kind of person you are when making Harley Davidson Accessory choices. A properly customized Harley is above all else, an extension ofrepparttar 102704 owner who rides it.

Keith Nivon is an avid HD Motorcycle Enthusiast! His website contains information on all things Harley Davidson. is a great resource for anyone who shares his passion for Harleys. Have a look here for specific info on suppliers.

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