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    2013 Harley-Davidson Dyna FLD Switchback Windshields/Fairings

    2013 Harley-Davidson Dyna FLD Switchback
    Tire Size:
    Front: 130/70-18, Rear: 160/70-17
    Spark Plug:
    DCPR7E
    Battery:
    YTX20L-BS
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    131T
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 32T, Rear: 66T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-171B
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    Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing You can justify it for its wind protection on long rides but let's be honest the Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing is all about the looks it adds to your cruiser. And regar
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    EZ Windshield
    $259.95 - $269.95
    $233.99 - $242.99
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    Show Chrome EZ Windshield Windshields fit most 1" handlebars and have a 1" built-in height adjustment. The angle of the windshield can be set by simply rotating the hardware around the handlebars. The

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    Pat (WasillaAlaska, AK)

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    Recommend

    Windshield

    Went in well, but not the easiest. Perfect for my KZ650. Makes road driving much more fun. Shipping to Alaska much appreciated.

    Steven (Victor, NY)

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    Recommend

    Good quality, just not a good fit for my bike.

    I ended up returning this product after one short ride. The windscreen itself is good quality and installation was easy. It just wasn't a good fit for my bike- 2013 Triumph Thunderbird Storm. The return process for the part was simple and straight forward. No complaints there.

    jg (Stanton, ND)

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    Memphis shades lowers and hardware for 2003 Honda VTX 1800

    Worth the price, cut down the wind coming up the tank and hitting me in the chest and up the helmet face piece. The setup is also nice as you can adjust it higher or lower depending on which way you mount the hardware. If you have highway bars installed you have to adjust them at a slight angle so they don't hit at full turn of the handlebars. Can't really rate the durability as I have only had them on for about 400 miles.

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