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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-01-2019, 08:24 AM Thread Starter
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Installing CD Fillerz on Road Glide Standard

I want to install custom dynamic Fillerz on the back of my new Road Glide. On a Ultra it's easy. But with the rear fender extension on the bike it looks difficult. I don't want to completely remove the fender extension just bob it so the Fillerz will fit in the holes in the frame. It looks like I'll have to relocate the antenna. Gonna do a hidden antenna under the fairing. But what to do with the filler strips blocking the holes. Has anyone done this? If so what steps need to be taken. Heres a pix I saw on the web.
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I decided to get the Custom Dynamics 1157 tailight replacements to start with. I may just add the Tri-bar replacement from CD. If that's not enough go the Bagz. I'm not sure I like the lites up on the bags like that. They will be in Sturgis at Black Hills Harley. I'm going to speak with them about what I want to do.

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Sturgis is the time to make those mods because typically most vendors there will be offering "show" pricing and free install.
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Just get the plasma rods. Be a lot easier and add the light you want.
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Just get the plasma rods. Be a lot easier and add the light you want.
You are correct sir. I come up with some of most dumb azz ideas sometimes. Esp when I don't get enough sleep.
Thanks for sitting me straight. The LED tailights are a good start.
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I'm hip man. I come up with some of most dumb azz ideas sometimes.
Esp when I don't get enough sleep. Thanks for straiten me out.
It's all good man. All added light is better. No matter how you do it.
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