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    1998 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic - FLHTCUI Highway Bars

    1998 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic - FLHTCUI
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    Kuryakyn
    Ergo Plus Engine Guard
    $399.99
    $339.99
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    Kuryakyn Ergo Plus Engine Guard Combining a stylish engine guard with built-in highway pegs, the Ergo Plus Engine Guard brings innovative design to the limits. Use the highway pegs folded in or flip t

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    Pat (Arlington, VA)

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    Just as advertised

    Instructions are clear, all parts included, and easy to install.

    Redge R. (Dickinson, ND)

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    05 V Star 1100 Classic

    Installed on my '05 V-Star 1100 Classic was a bit tricky to do on my own. But after getting the holes lined up, it fit like a glove. They look really good and compliment the lines on the bike very well. These are pretty solid engine guards.

    Rick (Peoria, AZ)

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    Cobra fatty crash bars

    These are the best I have seen and make the 1.25 look bad and flimsy. This was an awesome deal and many riders have made comments on how they look. Bike week is on!!!

    Howard (Currituck , NC)

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    Linbar Highway Bar

    Holes on the bar were off about an 1/8" of an inch where it bolts to the frame which made it tough to install without another set of hands. Great finish on the bar and looks great on the bike.

    Jim S. (Dayton, OH)

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    Good looking bars... but...

    Had more than a little trouble with fitment. Seems the holes drilled for mounting this item to my Sportster weren't quite correct. Had to augment the device by elongating several of the holes so that the bolts would line up with the frame.

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