Wingers with the kuryakyn mirror light (the LED turn signals). Can you adjust your mirrors the way you want them ie. as far out as you would want without interference from the LED mirror lights hitting the housing?
Hmmm....I think Muth's are the way to go. I am just wondering if the amber will be same as my amber LED lights. I hate to have different hues of ambers. It distracts from the overall appearance of the bike.
:agree::agree::agree:I don't think I've moved my mirrors since the first time I adjusted them back in July of '05. I've had the Kury lights installed since about 6 months after I bought the bike and have never had a problem with them. Makes a nice addition to the looks of the bike and I would think to the visibility factor, too. Don't see any reason why they would interfere with adjusting the mirrors if you should ever need to.
I have the same issue with the Kury mirror lights and Multivex overlays. The Multivex mirrors were installed after the Kury lights. Obviously the Kury lights limit the outward adjustability of the mirror.The reason for the question is I am using the multivex mirrors that over lay the original mirrors. The multivex overlays are not parallel to the original glass which was not an issue until putting on the Kury mirror lights. The mirrors need to be turned out more because of installation which causes the LED mirrors lights to hit the mirror shell. If I block out the multivex mirrors to be parallel to the original mirrors then the Kury clearance should be fine.
Kuryakyn has a better idea ...Wingers with the kuryakyn mirror light (the LED turn signals). Can you adjust your mirrors the way you want them ie. as far out as you would want without interference from the LED mirror lights hitting the housing?