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Old 10-16-2011, 10:32 AM
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Here is the short Bubbleshield on Loudude's bike. We really like the way it covers the Superglide speedo:

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Old 10-16-2011, 11:13 AM
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I really like the look from the side with the lower shield. I just wish that it was a bit narrower to better suit the narrow glide 39mm sporty front ends.

The width of the rifle fairing does lend itself to the Mid and Wide Glide 49mm front ends though.

I have an FXDX and would really like a fairing that has the bubble look to it so that it will surround the OEM Tach/Speedo mounted in the stock FXDX location.

The HD Hockey Mask fairing looks great but doesnt give the rider view that cafe type rider view that I really want. It is appealing in its own right but just is not exactly what I am looking for.


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SO is that raised mount under the headlight bracket because of your aftermarket headlight? Seems like you could attach the upper brackets to the HD detach clamps and then use two more below with a wide u shaped bracket making the fairing completely detachable.
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SO is that raised mount under the headlight bracket because of your aftermarket headlight? Seems like you could attach the upper brackets to the HD detach clamps and then use two more below with a wide u shaped bracket making the fairing completely detachable.
No, the silver spacer is needed to get the stock light up enough to get some clearance and the black mount is slotted for adjustment...this mounting kit was a direct bolt on as we really didn't feel like fabbing anything up. It could be adapted to QDs if you wanted to **** around I'm sure.

My aftermarket light just stuck out too far for this kit.
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No, the silver spacer is needed to get the stock light up enough to get some clearance and the black mount is slotted for adjustment...this mounting kit was a direct bolt on as we really didn't feel like fabbing anything up. It could be adapted to QDs if you wanted to **** around I'm sure.

My aftermarket light just stuck out too far for this kit.
When you say for clearance - do you mean to clear the signals?
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Old 10-16-2011, 09:21 PM
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When you say for clearance - do you mean to clear the signals?
Honestly, it's been a while since we did these that I'm not sure! It may be to clear the forks or the tank? You can actually call Rifle and talk to the owner and he may be able to tell you for sure...I chatted with him when I ordered the kit.
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Old 10-30-2011, 01:04 AM
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Hi

Do you still want to sell the fairing?
Do you have the mounting hardware to go with it?
What color is the fairing?

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