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Who makes reasonably priced speaker lids.

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I have HD lids.... but if I were to go aftermarket... I really like the Baddad lids... very sharp... and light bar to incorporate into the the brake/turn. They come without lights as well.



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I have these I got from ebay. Very sturdy lids http://pages.ebay.com/motors/link/?n...921923&alt=web

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I have hogtunes. They are reasonably priced and hold 6x9s.


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I have HD lids.... but if I were to go aftermarket... I really like the Baddad lids... very sharp... and light bar to incorporate into the the brake/turn. They come without lights as well.



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As my post says reasonably priced lol.

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I don't think my link worked out so well in my first post. I bought a set of 6x9 lids off of ebay for approx $170 shipped. They are "cali biker club" lids but I believe they are from fairing factory. Very sturdy and work great with stock hardware

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So i take it they are $152 each,how was the fit and finish,was there any drilling to mount hardware involved.

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So i take it they are $152 each,how was the fit and finish,was there any drilling to mount hardware involved.
Not each. It was more like $175 but that is for both left and right lids. Fit is just about perfect. I got them unpainted but there was very lil prep work for my painter. The only thing I had to do was make different holes in the lid strap because the speaker is in the way of where one of bolt holes where the strap would attach. I just simply removed the thin metal bar that's in the strap and made a new hole in the strap to secure to one of the speaker mounting bolts. It's not a big deal at all.

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