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  • About Tailwind
    The Woodlands TX
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    2014 FLHXS Beyma 6P200ND x 2, Beyma 8CX300ND x 4, DD VO B3 or Beyma SQL60, Ground Zero or JL inside bags.


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  • Join Date: 03-03-2015
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  1. Bafflingbs
    03-23-2017 10:05 PM
    Tailwind, I trust your advice. I just bought some 6x9 adapters for my lids. I believe your pioneer pro's probably sound the best, and I would love to hear them on my bike, but, I would really rather get something more water resistant. My questions are; A.) On a scale of 1-10, how water resistant are your pro's?
    B.) what do you think about the Polk's? I think the model number is DB692
    Water resistance is really important to me, and these seem to fit the bill. A search of the forum, turn's up that they've been vetted, and are just ok. The spec's on them seem great. If you don't like them, which would you rather go for? I really love the Hertz, but, again, not water resistant. The Polk's price is right there with yours. Which is another reason I like them. Thanks bud.
  2. 03-08-2016 05:50 PM
    Pm'ed u
  3. 03-01-2016 08:18 AM
    They are the HD Fairing mounted mirrors. Pretty much a package set up. Not cheap but I like them a lot. Just make sure that your hand grips / handlebars do not interfere with their height. I have 12 inch apes and they work perfect but if I had 14 inch apes they would probably not work so well.
  4. 02-29-2016 09:17 PM
    Can you tell me what mirrors you have on your glide? How do you like them?

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