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    2005 Harley-Davidson Screamin' Eagle Electra Glide - FLHTCSE2 Parts

    2005 Harley-Davidson Screamin' Eagle Electra Glide - FLHTCSE2
    Tire Size:
    Front: MT90B-16 72H, Rear: MU85B-16 77H
    Oil Filter:
    KN-171B
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    Reuben (BILLINGS, MT)

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    fitment could have been better

    Bought this for my 2006 Harley Sportster and it doesn't fit very well around the headlight area like it shows in the pics, thought maybe it was more vehicle specific but its not. You spend that kind of money one would think it would fit better! Generic all purpose doesn't always work out that well.

    Jason (Bowling Green, KY)

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    Very good for the money

    This brand is most near the OEM that I have tried for my '08 KFX 450. No issues at all.

    Dan (Arlington Heights, IL)

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    I like it!

    Anything to increase visibility is a plus. It does seem to keep most cars off your tail at the stop lights. Easy to install too. I have it for about two years and it's been reliable as well.

    Jared (Monroe, WA)

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    Recommend

    Could be warmer

    Pros -Keeps my hands warm down to about 45 degrees F -The larger diameter than the OEM grips is comfortable -The grips fit my 2005 KLR 650 with only a bit of sanding on the end of the throttle tube. I used rubbing alcohol to lube them and beat them on with a rubber mallet. They haven't moved. -The variable heat control -The run off of the two extra wires at the front of my KLR Cons -I wish they were warmer.

    K. Davis (Inglewood , CA)

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    Distorted view

    Fitment is good and looks great on my GSX 650F. The only problem is the distortion in the mirror.

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