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    2004 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom - XL1200C Memphis Shades Cruiser Motorcycle Windshields/Fairings

    2004 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom - XL1200C
    Tire Size:
    Front: MH90-21, Rear: 150/80-16
    Spark Plug:
    DCPR7E
    Battery:
    YTX14L-BS
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    137T
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 29T, Rear: 68T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-170
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    Memphis Shades Gauntlet Fairing Gauntlet Fairing is a unitized quarter fairing with a matte black finish inside Class A gloss black finish outside Smoked windscreen ABS headlight bezel "Factory" fini
    Big Shot Sportshield from Memphis Shades The Big Shot is the biggest Sportshield available from Memphis Shades For use on Metric cruisers Sleek styling with maximum coverage Measures
    Memphis Shades Lowers Hardware Mounts Memphis Shades Lowers to most motorcycles Each kit contains two fork clamp/mounting assemblies and all necessary hardware to mount Lowers plastic Kit
    Del Rey Sportshield from Memphis Shades The Del Rey Sportshield from Memphis Shades is a small, sleek design that offers good protection in a minimalist package For use on Harley-Davidson
    Rio Grande Sportshield from Memphis Shades The most coverage of any windshield in the Memphis Shades sportshield family For use on Harley-Davidson® motorcycles Made of Lucite for ex
    Alley Cat Sportshield from Memphis Shades The Alley Cat windshield from Memphis Shades is modeled after the widely popular Hell Cat handlebar mounted windshield For use on Metric cruisers
    El Paso Sportshield from Memphis Shades The El Paso Sportshield from Memphis Shades has a smooth design that compliments the lines of your machine For use on Harley-Davidson® motorcycl
    Pop Top Sportshield from Memphis Shades The Pop Top windshield from Memphis Shades is two inches taller than the handlebar-mounted Shooter windshield For use on Metric cruisers Measures
    Del Rio Sportshield from Memphis Shades The Del Rio Sportshield from Memphis Shades offers good torso protection in a sleek windshield design For use on Harley-Davidson® motorcycles
    The Shooter Windshield from Memphis Shades Handlebar mount windshield Looks great on today's wide-body motorcycles Measures 19" W x approximately 14" H above headlight Fits most round headlights Made

    Latest Reviews

    James (St George, UT)

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    Amazing!

    I really didn't realize how much nicer it would, or could be without all the turbulence that my bike had. With these little deflectors, everything has changed. No more turbulence around my face and chest, and a lot less wind and bugs hitting my shins, which means that the pant legs don't flap like they used to. Long story short, the ride on my bike is sooo much more enjoyable now.

    Stan (middletown, NJ)

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    H-D Deuce

    Little tricky getting around cabling, but no big shakes. Looks great. I thought it would be flimsy but extremely firm at high speed. I recommend it. I'm happy.

    Cliff (Greensburg , PA)

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    Fork Clamps

    These were just what I needed for the bigger forks on the Superglide Windshield its on. Looks great and am very happy.

    j donovan (brooklyn, NY)

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    pretty good

    Almost fits. Needs to be flexed a bit to put on, but comes off well. The installation required a fair bit of hardware replacement. Looks fantastic and doesn't rattle. You really need to crouch down to get wind blockage benefits.

    Tom (Buford, GA)

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    Memphis Slim 17 inch

    Works great, this is my second motorcycle and as soon as I got out on the road over 50 mph I realized how much I missed my Memphis Shade. I ordered a slim (had a fats last time) and it is perfect.

    J Hill (Henderson, NV)

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    Hells Yes!

    I can't imagine going with a windshield lower than 12". Wind slips right up over my helmet at 50-60 mph and at 70 mph starts hitting my helmet. Around 80 mph I have to duck a little to keep all wind off my helmet but I don't like slouching like that and the little bit of wind doesn't bother me. If I sit up straight I easily look over the shield. For reference, I'm 6' 0" on a 2008 Yamaha V-Star 1300.

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