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Hold your ears folks, it's show time.

My Ride 1:2002 FLHRCI Road King Classic - Vivid Black - Traded

My Ride 2:2007 FLHTCUSE2 Screamin' Eagle Ultra - Light Candy Cherry and Black Ice - Traded

My Ride 3:2010 FLHTCUSE5 Screamin' Eagle Ultra - Crimson Mist Black/Dark Slate - Traded

My Ride 4:2017 FLHTKSE CVO Limited - Black Garnet & Electric Red Pearl w/Carbon Dust
« Reply #15 on: November 13, 2016, 11:16:59 PM »

i have them on Nemo.  But the narrower leg position due to the air cleaner and horn being tucked tighter has me pretty comfortable with stock.  So far I've been planning on leaving them stock.

Angling the air cleaner was a big improvement & so was the horn tuck.  More leg room on both sides.  I like the boards to be out a little more than stock.  Just personal preference.  Have tried a variety of methods to do this on other bikes, never bought a kit before.  Decided to give this kit a try, very pleased.  Like it better than just spacers & washers but costs more.  

Have a Freedom shield on order.  Should be here Wednesday. 1" over stock 10".  Not a radical re-curve shield - have had good success with this brand on other bikes.  Clearview shields worked ok but tended to scratch.  Freedom Shields are tougher & thicker & scratch less & John is a good guy to get advice from too.
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