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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-16-2018, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
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Need to find a blinker arm lever to fit Prowler 500

Iíve had this fun ride about a month or so and am experiencing frustration on not being about to find a turn signal arm that fits properly in the rubber plug in the plastic cover for the steering column shroud. This is a 2018 prowler 500.
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I bought turn signal parts from a firm in Lk. Havasu, unfortunately I can't remember the name! Try one of the powersports dealers in the area.

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I went to all of them. There is one aftermarket place that sells blinker arms but they are huge and would never fit in the plug on the steering wheel shroud.
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I went to all of them. There is one aftermarket place that sells blinker arms but they are huge and would never fit in the plug on the steering wheel shroud.
Is this for a 2017 Prowler 500? I'll try and find a part number for you!

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I went to all of them. There is one aftermarket place that sells blinker arms but they are huge and would never fit in the plug on the steering wheel shroud.
I found this link, hopefully it is what you are looking for. I'm not familiar with the Prowler 500 yet!
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Kymko-UXV-7...BYZXAC&vxp=mtr

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I think they want a blinker... not a winker, RD! I looked for a part number, too. I can't find anything. That's the best looking aftermarket UTV T/S lever I have seen. It's self grounding, too. I might save that in my cart for a possible Havoc T/S project... Nice find!

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Price is pretty much inline with others I've seen listed! I found mine at a close out sale, and yes I bought several!

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and yes I bought several! Why can I believe that? Does Pat know you are hoarding T/S levers?

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[QUOTE=Bryan;391418]and yes I bought several! Why can I believe that? Does Pat know you are hoarding T/S levers?[/QUOTE

Yeah, she was impressed with all of my Prowler stuff that I started to get ready to move! We talked about it for several days! Yipes! Me Bad! LOL

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Has anybody found a Prowler 500 parts/service manual online?

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