Turn signals in the way? Passenger can't get their feet on the passenger foot pegs? Modified your fender?
Well here are some easy and cool looking helpful suggestions.
You can easily move your turn signals to the license plate bracket. This moves the signals back a good 4 to 6 inches on most motorcycles leaving plenty of room for clearance for the saddlebags.

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Here are some easy and cool looking helpful suggestions.
You can easily move your turn signals to the license plate bracket. This moves the signals back a good 4 to 6 inches on most motorcycles leaving plenty of room for clearance for the saddlebags

You can move your existing turn signals or you can use these mini marker lights from a number of retailers for under $30.00. You can get them in a number of combinations of colors. Shown is Carbon Fiber look alike material with clear lenses
(Bulbs are amber way cool).
RKA stopped restocking these in 2002 but we have a few still in stock.
Call us
for all the part numbers, applications and prices.

 

This bracket as been discontinued and we do not know were to get anything to replace it. You will have to find your own source or fabricate your own.

Your licence plate bolts either the top two holes or the bottom two holes, which ever works best for you. Bolt on your turn signal lamps or the marker light replacements from RKA and you've got a whole new cool look AND more room for your saddlebags.

This is what our TL1000 looks like after the change, We actually replaced the tailsection with a Carbo-Tech Carbon fiber unit, and cut away the whole fender, installing a lower Carbo-Tech Carbon Fiber fender.

 

After installing the 33 liter SuperSport saddlebags everything looks like it came that way ;-)

   

Just a couple of little notes. Click on this photo and notice the fleece between the bag and the bodywork. This is no accident. ;-) This is the way we manufacture our luggage .... Motorcycle friendly.

 

If you cut off your fender there is no place for our saddlebag rear support strap to go. If you just string it across the back, over the tire it will snap the first time the suspension compresses and the tire hits it. ;-( What to do? I just bolted on a couple of home make brackets to slide the webbing through holding it against the license plate and out of harms way. Also making the strap as functional as if a full fender was there. ;-)