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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-26-2015, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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hi guys anyone using the mustang lid protectors?
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I did on the last bike and LOVED THEM. My new bike has speakers in the lids so I can't use them.

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I've got some speaker lids too but I use some cheap soft covers I found on ebay only when I know I'll be out in the rain. Other than that they stay rolled up in a saddlebag

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thx tl for the reply i also have a 2015rgs 2 weeks old and a scuff mark on the lid im going to order them for fathers day it will b a great day for being a father!!
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Have you thought about the Hog covers lid protectors instead.

I have them on my '13 and like them.

Just a thought.

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lid covers

I just put them on my shark & they are fantastic they are just a little hard to put on they are a lot better than the ones Harley is selling
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I put the Mustang covers on my '13 RGC more than a year ago. At first I hated covering up any of my BBP paint but I was getting some scratches and had to do something. Didn't take long till I loved the black Mustang covers. Seems to go well with the black seat and inner fairing color and foot boards, etc.

Like someone already mentioned it can be somewhat of a PITA to get them on but I believe that assures me they ain't gonna blow off. Very pleased with them.
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Mustang covers work great, had the clear lid protectors they sure scratch and crack easily.
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post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-28-2015, 12:18 PM
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I have the Mustang covers on my 15 RGS and love them. Before I got them I went round and round about what to use. Plasti-dip, 3m film, hog covers. Gotta say I am glad I went with the mustang covers. They are a tight fit and when they are new it is a little tough closing your lids, but once they get used a bit they loosen up. Definitely a nice looking cover that does a great job.

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I had mustang covers then bought shorefire designs. Material is thicker and nicer quality it seems. Also easier to attach. Lots of various cool designs and they give a discount to forum members.

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