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    Default Looking for rear turn signal lens availability.

    2012 Spyder RSS SE5,Right rear turn signal lens got broke off, turn signal lamp is undamaged,...Could not find replacement part number for just the lens in parts book so I ordered the whole assy.
    Does anyone know of anyplace that would just sell the lens for this light,...Thanks in advance.

    I did email Zadi,..waiting on response.
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    Good luck on finding the lens part number. I had a similar issue on my 2013 STS. Lost the right rear lense.
    Never did find a source for just the lens.
    Decided to replace the OEM with this set from Krator on Amazon.
    Krator JBM-068-B Black Turn Signals (2pcs Heavy Duty Motorcycle Bulb Indicators Blinkers Lights)
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    Thank You David for the part number!,....I guess Can Am probably doesn't ever think that lens would ever get damaged,....I did email Zadi but have gotten no response and probably wont...Looks like there located in Italy.
    What did you do with the OEM pigtail/and connectors?Could you swop the pigtails?
    Thanks again!

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    Krator JBM-068-B Black Turn Signals (2pcs Heavy Duty Motorcycle Bulb Indicators Blinkers Lights)
    It was about 4 yrs ago that I did this change.
    My 2013 STS has OEM Saddlebags that include Taillight extensions arms. This gives me plenty of OEM wire at the pigtails.
    I opened the Krator socket and cut and spliced to the OEM wiring at the extension arms. If I recall correctly, the Krator had
    a 2 filament bulb with 3 hookup wires. They were 2 center taps and an outside ground. I rewired the Krator socket to 1 center tap
    so I could use the OEM taillight bulbs. Also had to file off 1 of the mounting pins on the OEM bulb to fit the Krator socket.
    The Krator bulbs caused an erratic flash so I used the OEM bulbs to maintain a happy Spyder CanBus. You may have luck
    with the Krator bulbs. Unfortunately they didn't work for me. BTW the STS right side taillight wiring is standard to the color code.
    On my STS the left side taillight is wired reverse polarity. I Blew a few fuses sorting this out.
    Anyway, The Krator modified taillights have worked perfectly for the past 4 years.
    David C
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    Baja Ron Sway Bar and Links, Elka Shocks
    DIY fog lights, DIY GPS mount, OEM Heated Grips, Garage door opener
    Sport rack, MC Dave Gel seat pad, OEM Saddle bags with DIY LED lights. DIY tail bag. Trailer hitch.
    Bump Skid, USB port, Battery tender cable, Freeway Blaster horn, TricLED Wide view mirrors


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    Quote Originally Posted by Haze View Post
    The Krator bulbs caused an erratic flash so I used the OEM bulbs to maintain a happy Spyder CanBus. You may have luck
    with the Krator bulbs. Unfortunately they didn't work for me.
    Probably would be wise to stick with a aftermarket tail light assy that uses the same style bulb as the Spyder?.....Just in case I need to stick with the OEM bulb.

    Thanks again for info.

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