Ciro Center Led Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak In Chrome Or Black
Ciro Center Led Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak In Chrome Or Black
Ciro Center Led Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak In Chrome Or Black
Ciro Center Led Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak In Chrome Or Black
Ciro Center Led Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak In Chrome Or Black
Ciro Center Led Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak In Chrome Or Black
Ciro Center Led Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak In Chrome Or Black
Ciro Center Led Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak In Chrome Or Black
Ciro Center Led Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak In Chrome Or Black
Ciro Center Led Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak In Chrome Or Black

Ciro Center LED Brake Light For Harley-Davidson Tour-Pak in Chrome or Black

40004

Regular price $99.95

The Ciro Center Brake Light for Tour-Pak adds great visibility and style to the rear of your motorcycle. Built in LEDs function as auxiliary run and brake lights to help make sure that you are seen. The ABS chrome or black housing adds style and safety to your tour pack.

Features
  • Easy installation with 3M automotive grade adhesive 
  • Includes adapter to plug in to OEM connectors
  • Can be used with Ciro Tour Pack Accent Lights 
  • Run and brake function
  • High intensity red LEDs
  • Available in chrome or black
  • 3 Year warranty 
  • Limited lifetime warranty on the LED's
  • Drag Specialties part number: 2010-1277 (40004) 2010-1278 (40005)
Fitment
  • '14-up Harley-Davidson Touring models including:
    • Road Glide Ultra FLTRU
    • Screamin' Eagle CVO Road Glide Ultra FLTRUSE
    • Electra Glide Ultra Classic FLHTCU
    • Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low FLHTCUL
    • Electra Glide Ultra Limited FLHTK
    • Electra Glide Ultra Limited Low FLHTKL
    • Screamin' Eagle CVO Limited FLHTKSE
    • Tri Glide 
Instructions

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FAQ
  • Q: Will the Ciro Center Brake Light work with light strobe kits? 
    • A: No. Sorry due to how the electronics process the signals they start to work against each other.