Part: Turn Signal Stems (Front & Rear) for Honda CB175 / CB200 / CB350 / CB360 / CB450 / CB500 / CB750 (Sold Individually)
Why You Need This: Turn signal stems on vintage Honda motorcycles built from the late 1960's through the mid 1970's are a common aesthetic and functional parts that need replacement. The original turn signal stems are notorious for rusting heavily, or are bent and broken (from the bike falling over) or may have been removed by a previous owner. There are even some models that turn signals were never installed from the factory but have the electrical wiring to accommodate the addition of turn signals if so desired. Also known as indicator rods or blinker mounts, Honda used the same style turn signals on most of their models during the late 1960's through the mid 1970's. However the mounting of the turn signals does vary greatly from model, sub model and generation (K series) and not all bikes use the same style turn signal stems. We have made a comprehensive chart of models that use the front and rear style stems in on this page, please study it carefully to insure you order the correct turn signal stems for your model. We also offer new replacement turn signals as well.
Front Stem (#3075) measures 50 mm in length
Rear Stem (#3076) measured 35 mm in length
CB500T, CB550 (F, K1-K4) and later 1975 & up CB750's use the large style turn signal with the stem built in.
Compatibility Chart Key:
F = Front Stem compatible
R = Rear Stem compatible
F/R = Both Front and Rear Stem compatible
¹ Starting from the CB175 K4 & CL175 K4 the Rear stems might work. These bikes had 2 turn signal styles. The Front stem will work on all models.