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Old 09-01-2020, 02:35 PM
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2005 Big Bear Venom turn signals

Iím looking at purchasing my first Big Bear chopper. Itís an Ď05 BBC venom chopper and it doesnít have any turn signals, signal switches, or horn. Iím just curious what all would be needed to install these to the bike? I was also wondering if thereís any places that sell aftermarket BBC parts? Thanks
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Iím looking at purchasing my first Big Bear chopper. Itís an Ď05 BBC venom chopper and it doesnít have any turn signals, signal switches, or horn. Iím just curious what all would be needed to install these to the bike? I was also wondering if thereís any places that sell aftermarket BBC parts? Thanks
All that stuff would be aftermarket. When I built my BBC I didn't use any of that stuff either.

Do you know if the frame has gone through the recall fix?

Just to add. BBC made the frames and the tins. Just about everything else was made for the Harley Davidson aftermarket .
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Congrats bro! I just bought the same bike and year. I'm going through light options too. Mine has the badlands module and the switches are wired under the ignition. Toggle switches. Headlight and turn signals only. I currently only have micro led turn signals. I'll send you some info I have once I have more time.
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