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J&P Cycles® Stop Light Switch

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J&P Part: 2400270

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Description

J&P Cycles® Stop Light Switch

• Feature stamped steel construction and heavy-gauge support plates

• Ideal for replacing worn-out stock parts during restoration or when building ground-up full custom

• Chrome finish

• Push-off style

• Replaces OEM 72003-34

Product Specs

Finish: Chrome

Material: Steel

OEM Reference: 72004-70T

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Fitment

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Harley-Davidson® Models

Sportster 1000 Electric Start XLH1000 : 1972–1974
Sportster 1000 Kick Start XLCH1000 : 1972–1974
Sportster 900 Electric Start XLH900 : 1967–1971
Sportster 900 Kick Start XLCH900 : 1967–1971

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating:
5/5 based on 4 ratings

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Great looking piece. Ads some blink to the brake link.

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exatct replacment for the rebuild Im doing.

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This rear stoplight switch is of solid construction and heavily chromed. But be aware that it is too large in diameter to fit the mount correctly on a 1967 XLCH and interferes with the rear brake rod. Other late-1960s XLCH model may also be affected. It is a push-ON switch and the spring is extremely stiff, which is also problematic. For a working replacement, a GM (Cadillac CdV, PontiacBonnev, Olds98) brake switch from the late 1960s thru mid-1980s makes a good substitute, though it's not chromed and may not be water-resistant.

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