Alternate fairing

Discussion in 'Rocket III Touring Forum' started by eugene, Apr 5, 2017.

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    any OTHER nice looking fairings other than the CRAZY priced Corbin?
     
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    I have seen a few others adapted from HDs. I seem to recall one other commercially available, but can't recall who made it or if it was even just a prototype.
     
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    I've seen pictures of a guy making a road glide fairing work. One I really liked was a picture of a Goldwing fairing. I don't think it was real though. Most I've seen adapts hd stuff to our bikes. Nothing cheap unfortunately.
     
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    No corrections here -- addition.

    Together we are greater than the sum of the parts.
     
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    I'd say you can adapt just about any fairing out there that goes on a single headlight Harley to fit. You just need to fab or have fabbed the mounts for it yourself. Ready to bolt on, I know of only the Corbin. However, how hard can it be? One might even be able to take the mounts that hold the windshield and cobble something up with those as the base.
     
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    This is what Tsukayu says on their web site:

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    Rocket III Touring - Direct Mount to forks
    - bolt-on mounting system, not quick detachable
    - Relocation of the passing lamp is necessary and relocation kit is NOT provided
    -ALL other Hardware included - GPS fairing
     
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    I stand immediately corrected.
     
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    No corrections here -- addition . . . and, may still require fitting is the OP has a 2005 Classic.
     
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