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Old 05-03-2015, 10:38 PM
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Maybe this can turn into a sticky

List type of fairing you have installed. Name and manufacture
What type of front end and fork size... Narrow,mid,wide. 39mm 41mm 49mm
Post a picture of it on your bike, more pics the better
Details on custom or supplied brackets for install

Trying to create a one stop shop for pics and info of all fairings available to put on your dyna
 
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Well. I gave it a shot. Guess no interest
 
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I am. Maybe others don't realize they can "vote" by chiming in. I think it is a great idea.
 
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This would be great! I myself am looking for better mounts. Should add that too
 
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Sounds like a good idea to me.
 
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Agree. I have three fairings I could add to the mix...
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I'm in and will post pics in a bit. Would probably be nice to include any pros/cons about your fairing as well. Good idea for a thread to help others.
 
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2005 FXDX, narrow glide, 12" tall DS T Bars, JD Cutom Fab T-Sport repop with 16.5" shield. No mods, other than color-matched. Mounted with JD's brackets.







 
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I've got an H-D style quarter fairing> I got it from a company called Tommy & Sons. They're out of Lithuania and shipping took FOREVER, mostly due to the package getting lost in the mail route. I love the fairing, very sturdy. The brackets it came with are a little cheesey and only for 39mm frontends which my Low Rider has. Install requires you to drop the forks and slide the clamps over the fork tubes. The only draw back is there is no headlight gasket like the fairings from H-D have. I have a faring adjusted so I have little to no buffeting even with my visor up on my helmet but I can't ride at night cause the headlamp washes out the back of the fairing and it's like riding with out a headlight. Does anyone have a part number for the headlamp gasket off hand? Would weather stripping from the hardware store work just as well?
 
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2006 FXDCI Midglide 49mm Arlen Ness bolt on from Southeast Custom Cycles. Includes brackets and all for an easy installation. Had to bend 2 mounting points just a little for a perfect fit. Im happy!
 
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