I guess my imagination is lacking here, what/where are these mounted on? Where do i find the gauges like you used?$55.00 for the cover new and another $15.00 for the gauges and this is what the out come is.
The original post, #1, page1, is for the 1500s like your 2000.Just ordered (from two different vendors) a set of chevron mirror LED lights. Cheap. Both less than $4 ea including shipping! Hope to mount in my 2000 GL1500SE.
I'm hopeful the procedure shown elsewhere in this subject link will guide me; but, I'm wondering if the procedure is for a later 2001 or newer GW model? Can anyone clearify? Thanks, Sarge
Thanks Stu! Hopeful to see the mirror access procedure here, soon. SargeThe original post, #1, page1, is for the 1500s like your 2000.
GOT IT! Thanks for the pics.Here is the first set of pic's of the mirror's
Here"s how I "see" it... Looks like one takes an exacto blade (or other very sharp knife) & penetrates the "gasket" or "frame" at its outside edge and in front of the of the mirrors edge, and then one uses the mirror glass as a guide for the blade to slice (split) the "frame" around. I would split (open) just enough of the frame to be able to remove/replace the mirror glass from/into its frame. I would expect one needs to close(seal) this "split" once the LEDs are mounted to the back of the glass and all is re-inserted. Close?From what I see looking at asigetic's picture, you have to remove the "gasket" that surrounds the mirror glass. Is that about right?
What procedure did you use to close up (re-seal) the split frame when putting things back together?It took me about 4 hours to figure how to take apart GL1500 mirrors apart to be able to install Arrows for turn signals on the back side of the glass. Its not as bad as I thought. Here is the picture of them on. Next set I will try something different with turn signals and on the left will be the volt gauge and on the right will be the outside air temp on the inside edges. Any and all feed back is welcome. These are going on Larry's Trike I'm fixing up. By the way total cost is about $10.00 to this job.