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Chain, just a thought. If you come up against a copyright infringement claim, you can always rename Mean Mug....The Frown.

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Ordering now, black denim

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Thanks for the orders guys!!

And a heads up,.. some of you early order guys might recieve yours sooner then expected So if you get a shipping notice, its legit.



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Chain, do you by chance have any photos with the Mean Mug bezel on a Glide with the Daymakers?

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Chain, do you by chance have any photos with the Mean Mug bezel on a Glide with the Daymakers?

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Same question here. They look great with the regular headlights!!
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I just placed my order for a gloss black one. Thanks

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done did it.......

Im gonna have the meanest looking Bone stock Roadie this side of the mississippi...!


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Have you (or others) thought about a possible way to prevent easy theft of the bezel?
I'm thinking I will be having to remove it every time im going to leave my bike unattended at a public event . I was wondering if the constant On & Off & On again will either wear away on the bezel edges or possibly on the fairing's housing of the bezel .. I dont know if that even is a concern (??) I was just wondering about it....

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Chain, do you by chance have any photos with the Mean Mug bezel on a Glide with the Daymakers?

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No I don't, sorry. Just waiting on one of you guys with daymakers to send me some pics of it installed!! My dealer here won't have any CVO RGs in till after the first of the year or I'd talk him into letting me put one on to take a pic.

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Have you (or others) thought about a possible way to prevent easy theft of the bezel?
I'm thinking I will be having to remove it every time im going to leave my bike unattended at a public event . I was wondering if the constant On & Off & On again will either wear away on the bezel edges or possibly on the fairing's housing of the bezel .. I dont know if that even is a concern (??) I was just wondering about it....
Never really thought about theft. Only thing I could suggest, is always try to park your bike where its visible by all. If its back in a dark corner somewhere, its usually got more of a chance of someone messing with it then if its out front in the publics eye.
As for taking it on and off a lot of times, there is always the possibility of breaking a tab off the bezel. However I can tell you that I have taken my prototype one on and off probably 50 times with no problems. Just be careful each time and do not apply to much pressure or try to "rip" it off like the Hulk, and it will hold up just fine. Your fairing is tough,... in total between this bezel, the 2 I made before it I have had them on and off the bike a ton of times, probably looking at almost 1000. No problems ever with the fairing holes where the bezel goes into.



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My order has been placed for a gloss black. Looking forward to getting it!!
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