Spyder RT Fender Glows

1. Remove one wheel.

2. Place the correct template on the inside of the fender. The top edge is curved to match the fender curve. Align the top edge where the painted fender and black come together. The front edge aligns with the raised part that mounts to the fender bracket. Use painters tape to hold the template.

3. Mark hole locations

4. Drill a small pilot hole in the center of each hole. Then use a 15/64″ bit to enlarge the hole.

  • These holes are slightly undersized to ensure a snug fit.

5. Mount one light to the fender. Run the wire from the light through the light mount before mounting the light to the fender.

6. Place a Cap Nut on each screw and tighten.

7. Route the cable along the fender support bracket and secure with zip ties.

8. Repeat steps 1-7 for the other side.

9. The power cable can be connected to either the left or right side. Your choice.

10. Route the light switch from the handle bars down to the A-Arm. We will mount the switch later.

11. Under the A-Arm is the OEM connector for the fender light. Disconnect this connector and plug the power cable into it.

12. Connect the Fender light cable and the extension cable to the OEM connectors on the power cable. Route the extension cable through the Spyder to the opposite side and connect it to the OEM connector of the Fender light.

13. The switch will be mounted to the area below the handle bars with the adhesive cable tie mounts. We recommend you put the cable tie through the adhesive cable tie mount before mounting it to the Spyder. Before you remove the protective backing, making sure the switch will not interfere with the turning of the handlebars to the limit with the switch at the desired mounting location. Clean the area with alcohol. Let dry and then remove the protective backing tape and mount it to the appropriate location.

14. Try the lights to make sure they work.

15. Tidy up the wires.

16. Put the wheels back on and torque the lug nuts to the proper specification.

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If you have any questions please contact Spyder Dan