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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-28-2016, 03:41 PM Thread Starter
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Taking Crash bars off

I want to take the crash bars off my 15. any suggestions on how to still use the lower fairing brackets. is there an after market kit?

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Do a google search or ebay search on "invisible fairing support" or 'ghost fairing support" and you'll see a bunch of manufacturers.


Harley Davidson Road Glide FLTR Ghost Fairing Support Bracket 04 13 | eBay


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I went with this one from Hells Foundry. Very simple install, and give good support.
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Was browsing around Bagger Nation and saw these, thought they were kinda cool.

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I used the Hells Foundry and they work great. The thing that I liked most is that if I was going to take a long trip and wanted to put my engine guard back on in order to use highway pegs or lowers, all I had to do was just put the engine guard back on. Nothing to take off and did not have to reinstall the stock support brackets. Just the 3 bolts for the engine guard and that was it. Quick and easy switch every time.
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I used the Hells Foundry and they work great. The thing that I liked most is that if I was going to take a long trip and wanted to put my engine guard back on in order to use highway pegs or lowers, all I had to do was just put the engine guard back on. Nothing to take off and did not have to reinstall the stock support brackets. Just the 3 bolts for the engine guard and that was it. Quick and easy switch every time.
Ah, that's handy. Good point
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