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Old 04-11-2012, 11:00 AM
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Has anyone seen the new mud flaps that Kuryakyn is offering for the TriGlide? They don't look too bad. I'm just worried that the chrome trim piece is a little too large / guady, but at least it covers the mounting holes.





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Not bad but I don't think I'd buy them. I could use the $130 on something else. However, they could be an attention-getter for a cager who is following too close!
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I think they look pretty good. I also like the HD V-Logo mud flaps (http://www.harley-davidson.com/gma/g...3&default=none), although the two mounting bolts are exposed. Even at that, the two exposed bolts are not as over-powering as the large Kury trim. Just my opinion.
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I am really happy with the ones that HD offer.
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I'm also happy w/the ones from HD
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They are cool looking. I have the HD mudflaps which I like and easy to clean. Besides the Road King logo on them matches one of my tattooes..

The chrome pieces on the sides and top of the trunk door look good. I might have to look at those!
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I like it. The more chrome the better.
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I ordered the lock cover, not that expensive. It might brighten up that large area above the trunk. Hopefully it will look good.
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