Santa was good to me this year bringing me a brand new pair of LED Turn signals for the front of my 07 Ultra (68411-10). They looked great and I just couldn't wait to get started installing them. The instructions are pretty straightforward. Pull the outer fairing, unplug the signal light wires, remove the lights. However, removal of the inboard-most mounting bolt on a bike with road lights is a real pain without a good set of ball allen wrenches with the ball on the short end. You can't get a turn on the bolt. Luckilly, HD supplied me with a u-shaped one of these from a previous accessory. So now the lights are loose and should just pull out. Hey...what's that gray wire? Oh, it goes to the road lights! So now you have to remove the pin from the connector and pull that wire from the sleeve. Those pins do NOT come out once installed into the connector (I tried every way imaginable to get it to release) so I ended up cutting the pin out by slicing the old connector. Ok...now the old left turn signal is removed. I look at the new one and see that it also has a sleeve around the wires and I have to try to fish that road light wire up it. The manual suggests a way to do it but I was not successful. After about 2 hours of trying I finally gave up and just wrapped some electricians tape around it and the sleeve that the others go through. The plug end of the wires come already to install with pins connected. You just need to slip them into the PROPER holes in the supplied connector and plug it in. Tie wrap everything back in place and you're done! On to the other side. The end result looks great and the LEDs really spruce up the front of the bike. The turn signals have a much "crisper" blink with the LEDs and are considerably brighter. Not to have the front lights out-do the rear, the Tuesday following Christmas I visited the local HD shop and picked up the matching set for the rear. (68128-10) In the description on the HD website it states "In the rear, the lights function as a running light, brake light and directional indicator." So I figured "what the heck" let's kill two birds with one stone and save the cost of the conversion. Again, the u-shaped allen wrench that HD so nicely supplied in an earlier accessory (I can't remember what it was but they really ought to include one in these kits as well) came in extremely handy as the top attachment bolt is a bear to get to without a short ball-end allen wrench. The instructions are very good and all connectors are included for the rewiring in the tail light housing. It's just a matter of plugging pins into the connectors and plugging the connectors back in. The toughest part was tucking the wiring back so it would allow the reinstallation of the tail light. Everything works great, are really bright, and the rear turn/brake/running lights are a big plus to visibility in the rear when the brakes are applied. They are actually much brighter than my stock incandescent brake light. I did notice a strange oddity though. Now, when I turn my ignition switch to the accessory position, my rear turn signals are on like parking lights. I can't figure out why. I don't recall my old lights ever being lit in the accessory position. Any ideas? Oh, and for you folks that like the smoked lens look, they are also available in smoke, both front and rear. (front -68435-10 ; rear - 68127-10) now...for my next trip to the dealer, I'll be looking at either the LED Tail/brake light (68085-08) or the notorious BAL that everyone speaks so highly about. Happy riding!