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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-12-2014, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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Question Fairing Bra

Does anyone else beside HD sell a fairing bra?
I saw a posting somewhere, where someone said something about a bra that Mustang sells but I couldn't find it on their website.
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Is the fairing hanging too low?

Once I make up my mind, I'm full of indecision.
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Sorry; that was wrong and didn't help. Two beer response.

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Don't know about Mustang but Saddlemen offers a fairing bra for the Road Glide.

http://www.saddlemen.com/index.php?r...=26002&search=
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Be careful with the bras because they seem to attract debris that gets underneath and potentially scratches up the fairing

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Be careful with the bras because they seem to attract debris that gets underneath and potentially scratches up the fairing
I had it on for about a year and took it off for a detailed clean and all the corners are rubbed and need a good buff or new paint. Watch out!!!
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Ok, thanks

Upon further contemplation, I'm no longer considering the fairing bra.
It looks cool, but screwing up the paintwork, ain't cool.
Thanks again.
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