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As hard is it is to believe, I backed into a cactus and broke the amber section of my Trooper tail light. I called Joyner and was told I had to buy the whole assembly --- for $39.00!

Just on the very slim, outside chance, maybe someone else might have broken the red or white section on their lens, I would be more than happy to buy the amber section.

If you have one let me know and I'll put money in an escrow account to cover the purchase. The only reason I said that is the ones from Joyner are apparently made of gold!

Gumball

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Go to a Flower shop or Craft plae and get some amber plastic sheeting that they use for decoration and then use clear tape to cover the hole. Will be amber again and waterproof.

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$39.00 does sound too bad when compared with some of the other prices for Joyner stuff. Maybe this is a deal! Next week the price is going up to include shipping & a pirate surcharge.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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Hi mouser58 & rocmoc.

I sent a message to Ken Morris at Joyner suggesting it might be in their best interest to reconsider having to buy a whole tail light assembly just to get a small plastic lens. He agreed and said he would look into it.

I told him about this forum and suggested he look at it as there are some good ideas here. He has been doing that has found it interesting.

I don't envy him is job. Getting our friends over seas to move is sometimes a major undertaking. If you've read you Joyner manual you know what I mean.

I may end up doing as mouser58 suggested, at least until I can get a proper part.

Gumball

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I broke my taillight the first time I hit reverse in the woods! It is on the top of my list to replace all the taillights with LED lights from a rig. I'll have all the same colors and they will pop out if I hit anything. This mod will be simple and cheap compared to ordering a new lense every time I ride. I'll post pics when I get this complete.

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