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My Ride 1:2008 FLHTCUSE3 Canyon Copper & Stardust Silver with SEAC, SSERT, and Fulsac 1.75" Slip Ons.  "Screamin' Nemo"

My Ride 2:1966 Road Queen Dori all original parts with some removed for better performance. "Screamin' Malinda"
« Reply #45 on: March 24, 2014, 07:59:13 AM »

Nice ride.  I hope HD has a road glide replacement this year. That way they can work the bugs out before it's time for me to buy my next bike.

I will ride a full fairinged dresser until I can't walk no more.  I can turn it around tighter than a soft tail or dyna and it don't break my tailbone riding on PA roads.  It's got space to lock my helmet and coat and it's got my music to add to the therapy level.  The fairing cuts down on the rain pain and I can still get plenty of wind with a little adjustment of the fairing wings.
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« Reply #46 on: March 24, 2014, 08:05:02 AM »

Nice ride.  I hope HD has a road glide replacement this year. That way they can work the bugs out before it's time for me to buy my next bike.

I will ride a full fairinged dresser until I can't walk no more.  I can turn it around tighter than a soft tail or dyna and it don't break my tailbone riding on PA roads.  It's got space to lock my helmet and coat and it's got my music to add to the therapy level.  The fairing cuts down on the rain pain and I can still get plenty of wind with a little adjustment of the fairing wings.

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I bought my first motorcycle when I was 18 and it had a fairing.  Every bike since had one too.  I can't imagine hours at 75mph without one, even on a warm sunny day.
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« Reply #47 on: March 24, 2014, 04:49:41 PM »

not putting fairings out hell I got one and my ricers had em too certainly a place for em, I just like what we used to call a dresser befor fairings were popular, my harleys started out as used bikes of the 60s 70s and such, most riding was in so cal with a case of bud in each bag and a bottle of maddog 20 20 in the ice under each lid sunglasses was the height of the equipment and straight tails of course too.  I love my cvo road glide, for me my problem is I want a hog for each flavor like a hot rod, an  extended front end, a flat head, a knuckle, pan, generator shovel [favorite] evo,  Thumbs Up
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« Reply #48 on: March 24, 2014, 09:21:19 PM »

I wish I'd grow'd up in a previous time. That sounds perfect.
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« Reply #49 on: March 25, 2014, 06:36:15 AM »

Never once have I ever wanted a fairing on a bike. If I wanted a dashboard, I would by a convertible sports car.
That said, I like plain and simple windscreens. When the mood strikes me, release two latches and off it comes.
Same with TPaks, backrests etc.
Which is why I always like RoadKings.


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« Reply #50 on: March 25, 2014, 06:38:51 AM »

Never once have I ever wanted a fairing on a bike. If I wanted a dashboard, I would by a convertible sports car.
That said, I like plain and simple windscreens. When the mood strikes me, release two latches and off it comes.
Same with TPaks, backrests etc.
Which is why I always like RoadKings.




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« Reply #51 on: March 25, 2014, 04:14:39 PM »

I wish I'd grow'd up in a previous time. That sounds perfect.
I'm only 53, but out in the deserts the iron lasts a long long time, until ya stop rebuilding it. hell just think of the times Mikeytees had   Woooooo Hooooooo 
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