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OakBehringer
03-28-2016, 2:04 PM
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Push-Button-Switch-Horn-Starter-Motorcycle-Handlebar-Harley-Knucklehead-Panhead-/121886297672?hash=item1c60fd4e48:g:qhQAAOSwa-dWtKii&vxp=mtr

Apparently they replace Harley part number HD71800-26, but I was going to use them on some Zephyr bars, for my Evo sporty, for the horn. Looks like Biker's Choice makes the exact same thing, I assume mfg'd in the same factory. Just wondering if these will hold up for a few years, or if they'll immediately corrode and break.

Thanks!
Adam

BuddhahoodVato
03-28-2016, 6:40 PM
I seen them work for years, years,
but that was the original ones.
But then again I've landed repop ones that worked well.
But I must write, that all the ones I've landed where 6 volt.
Good luck.

OakBehringer
03-29-2016, 8:44 AM
Awesome, thanks BuddhahoodVato!

some1else
03-29-2016, 8:55 AM
they look alright but ,a little research might find some u.s.a. ones taiwan has a low quality in my experience but 12.00 and not a total safety issue if it fails,flip a coin

OakBehringer
03-29-2016, 10:50 AM
they look alright but ,a little research might find some u.s.a. ones taiwan has a low quality in my experience but 12.00 and not a total safety issue if it fails,flip a coin

Good call. I'll def look for some that are USA made.

burger
03-29-2016, 6:14 PM
I have one on my ironhead,since 09. it is a repop china one from Vtwin. I think I paid 5 bucks for it. I ride that bike rain or shine in the summer,haven't ever had a problem with it