LED BULB replacement

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    I wanted to change my blubs to LEDs.
    I found out that turn signals and flashers on old bikes use the current load of the incandescence bulbs to activate a thermal switch in the flasher / signal relay. LED's do not make sufficient load to trigger them. I replaced with that below a LED compatible Solid State Flasher EF32SS-R 2-Prong solid state turn-signal and hazard light flasher, suitable for 6 Volt and 12 Volt vehicles This is a solid state flasher: It uses a built-in transistor LED compatible Solid State Flasher EF32SS-R 2-Prong solid state turn-signal and hazard light flasher, suitable for 6 Volt and 12 Volt vehicles This is a solid state flasher: It uses a built-in transistor.
     
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