Custom LED Light Front Fender Tip For Your Harley Tourer

A direct replacement for the stock front fender tip light on your 14-17 FLHTCU, FLHTK, and FLHTCUTC models, the strong white LED will give your bike a modern look compliant with both DOT and ECE regulations.

This front fender tip light is available with a smoke, clear or amber lens for the suggested retail price is $67.95.

For more information, go to Drag Specialties or contact your local Drag Specialties dealer

4 Responses to “Custom LED Light Front Fender Tip For Your Harley Tourer”

  1. 1 Steve Carr Jun 2nd, 2017 at 9:08 am

    About 5 years ago I wanted to become a Drag Dealee at my shop, so a rep came to the shop, looked around, basically told me I wouldn’t be around in 5 years, he left the shop, could not get in touch with him again.

    I’m here 5 years later without Drag,

    Guess I didn’t need them after all.

    Steve Carr
    Samson V-Twin

  2. 2 SYF Jun 2nd, 2017 at 10:58 am


    Don’t judge Drag by one jerk of a rep. I have run shops with and without Drag and I’ll tell you that it’s much better to have them than not.

    I would get that reps name and call 800.369.1000 to complain about him. My Drag rep, Ted S. from So. Cal is the best. He stops by once a month with new products to show, and even brings other reps from S&S or Legend Suspension in their company vans to bring bikes to see, hear, and demo ride.

    All in all, Drag Specialties/Parts Unlimited is a great supplier that really does “support the sport”. They are always up on bringing in parts that Harley made obsolete or new parts that make life much easier for the smaller, independent V-Twin shops.

  3. 3 Steve Carr Jun 2nd, 2017 at 11:45 am

    I Understand your point, But other distributors stepped in and have had no issues or pre-judgments towards our business.

    Not interested in doing business with them at this point

  4. 4 BobS Jun 2nd, 2017 at 11:50 am

    I was a long time wholesale rep in an unrelated industry. I served small Mom and Pops up to regional power houses. I always considered it part of my job to provide the smaller independents with the products and services they needed to be successful, profitable, and buy more stuff from me next year. I’ll bet a case of beer that Drag rep is the one who didn’t make it five years.

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