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Old 09-15-2013, 05:45 PM
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I know there have been several threads about the arlen ness quarter fairings, as to fit and not so easy installation , however i am curious about the model 2330-0066 which is supposed to be direct bolt on, Anyone installed this on a street bob ?I am thinking about it for my 2008 street bob with the stock mini apes. i would appreciate it if anyone had a picture of one on a street bob. Thanks for any input .
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I have one I'll sell you if you're interested. Came off my SB. It works well once you get it mounted where you want it. Mine is painted denim black. It is direct bolt on. Takes a few minutes to line it up but it isn't too bad.
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Here's a side view. Only pic I have

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I have one I'll sell you if you're interested. Came off my SB. It works well once you get it mounted where you want it. Mine is painted denim black. It is direct bolt on. Takes a few minutes to line it up but it isn't too bad.
Why are you selling the Ness? You decide to sell the Bob?
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No I'm going to keep it. Just might take it in a different direction since I have the t-sport now. I'm really unsure right now.
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That fairing is what it says it is. It is a direct bolt-on. It comes with all clamps, brackets, etc to move the headlight forward and bolt it on. It uses band clamps around the fork tube that can be a pain to get aligned. You can replace those with turn signal relocation mounts for a better mount, but the band clamps work fine once in the right place. The windscreen is attached with plastic bolts and nuts. I replaced those with stainless hardware, but my bike has lots of chrome. If you buy the prepainted one, the gloss black is close enough to vivid black to look good, but not a perfect match. The one that isn't painted is raw black plastic with a slight sheen to it. Beyond that, it does keep a good bit of wind off of your chest at highway speeds, but keeps your face in the wind.
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Mine bolted right on easy enough. I raised it up several inches to be level with my bars and find it works very well and looks good. Riser mod was easy too. Longer headlight bolt and 2 new holes. Will attach pics when at a computer.
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Stock hieght



Fairing lifted

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Wish I had seen this yesterday , ordered one and it has already shipped .
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