Rated 1.8 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mike77 Great LED turn signals
I love these turn signals. They are the only LED turn signal I could find that do not require a load balancer. You can leave them on all day without worrying about overheating a load balancer unlike most LED turn signals. I also like the rounded corners better than the stock turn signal housing; gives a real clean look.
May 4, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kendall Won't last over a year
The right side turn signal died 2 days before the warranty expired, and the dealer won't replace, whats the point of a warranty if its not honored, now I don't have a right turn signal that works. Not recommended for the money. Now I have to pay $90 for a replacement plus labor. There are better LED lights out there
August 31, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Quentin Sorely Disappointed
I bought a whole set of MOCO LEDs, right down to the fender tip lamps, for my FLSTC three years ago. That's a lot of lights for a lot of money. Two years ago, late at night, on my way home to Augusta, GA from PA, the front turn signals blew and popped a relay. I was totally dark on an interstate, at night. A few months later, I noticed a white powdery substance had coated the inside of my passing lamps, ruining their look and blocking some light. This year, as I was getting ready to make the trip back to Augusta from PA again, as I checked my lights, I noticed the tail lamp was incredibly dim. Less than half of the LEDs were functioning and there was very little difference in the intensity during braking. One of the fender tip lamps even went out sometime last year. I grew up with HD, love the bikes, love the brand. Until this, I didn't mind shelling out premium prices for quality product. This time I paid a premium for inferior parts. I recommend avoiding MOCO LEDs
June 5, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Nick62 LED Rear Flasher/turn signals FLH Part Number 68127-10
As another reviewer mentioned on this discussion board...an electronic component on the "mother board" so to speak breaks off (probably from road vibration...who knows) and renders the light inoperable. At $179.00 a buyer would expect that they last longer than OEM lights. By the way...going back to OEM turn signals. Fool me once shame on you...fool me twice...shame on me NOT! Safe riding!
March 1, 2016