I bought myself a nice Cobra light bar from the US for my bike and had it shipped over, saving myself a bundle on local prices. It looks like this: Anyway, I don't really like doing anything electrical myself, so I wanted my dealer to fit it for me at my service next week. Basically they chucked a fit about it, and whilst they didn't know specifically about the Cobra ones, said they are in general a hassle to install, and there are issues with waterproofing as the indicators end up mounted hanging down (this isn't because it isn't the "genuine" Yamaha one - they said they are just as bad) and as a result can end up shorting out the whole system, and, well, basically indicated they weren't prepared to do it. They said you really need to drill holes in the indicators to make sure they drain. Hmmm. The actual hardware side of it looks like it is straightforward - unbolt the indicators, take off the existing bar, screw on the new lightbar, screw on indicators to the bottom of the bar. Maybe their reluctance is partly due to the fact I didn't buy a set through them? Anyway, my questions are pretty much this: light bars aren't that uncommon on cruisers, are an optional accessory on most, and come fitted as standard on some of the touring cruiser configurations - are they really that much of an issue? They seem to mostly be the same configuration with the indicators ending up mounted hanging down. Also surely if I'm paying someone to install something, they should do it - after all, if its fiddly and takes time it just means more $$$ for them, right? And lastly assuming they refuse to do it, does anyone know somewhere I could get it done? I want a decent job done on it! Thanks guys.