Cheaper Air Deflectors

GreyFox

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Just couldn't hang with the high dollar plastic deflectors. Check out my album for the chrome ones (tip from this forum). These are longer than most , one hole drilled, relocated the turn signals to the driving lamp brackets. They work! Cost $49.
 

HeR3tic

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Respectable alternative:)

Anytime someone says, "check out my album" I'm at a loss as to how to do that. It must be intuitive and I've just not been around long enough.

And the tool bag? Specifications? I like what appear to be side (longitudinal) mounting straps.
 
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triroketman

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Yea, come clean. I looked on the Kuryakyn page under "front end" in the Harley section and they had 2 different numbers an 1105 and 1106 for 2 different kind of Harleys. Which one did you get? Listed for $59.99 on the Kuyrakyn page. I like chrome and don't want to pay Triumph list at local dealer $147.00.
Dave
 

Toystoretom

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Those might work, they go much lower than the Triumph ones. I might give them a try, its only money.
 

GreyFox

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Air Deflectors source

Sorry for the delay guys. The Kury air deflectors came from CruiserCustomizing.com and the part # is KY-1105. Price is 44.96 plus $5 shipping or free is you order more. I am very happy with the chrome and function and wish I had tried this a year ago. Should be obvious where it mounts. Put in the top bolt and align everything. Then scribe the other hole, centerpunch, start with a small bit then work your way up. I used some clear finger nail polish in the hole -thought it may help. I routed the right turn signal wires to the right side and mounted with the fog/driving lights. If you don't have these you will have to adjust. Later I may just make some 3" extenders for the original mounts and put them back.
For the bag- removed the furby mouth piece (air horn under left cover) and used a couple of camping belts things to strap to the tubes after cuttng a slit in the bag. Works for me.:bch:
 

FastR34me

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effectiveness

Other than a 'styling' option, do these actually help with the aerodynamics of the bike?

I also just bought motolights to attach and do these mount OK together (if anyone has done that)

Paul
 

GreyFox

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I put them on to stop the helmet jerking from the underside air flow. Looks came in second. I just didn't like the plastic ones.
 

FastR34me

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mounting

Hey there guys. I just bought these deflectors. I am not keen on drilling holes in my forks and don't have the fog/driving lights either. I am looking for some form of band (hoseclamp like) that provides a threaded bolt (or not) that I can mount on the fork (no holes drilled) and then put a bolt (or nut) onto to mount the deflector.

Anybody have any ideas for this?
Paul
 
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