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05-27-2019 03:23 AM
UT_Larry http://store.hellsfoundry.com/hffltfs15b.aspx
I think this would work for you. You do need to have supports. They also make brackets that allow you to change where the fairing sits. I would use there contact us page and send them an email.
05-27-2019 01:35 AM
texasnurse
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Thanks again texasnurse but, I am not using the Harley chopped bar.


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05-26-2019 05:09 PM
RFG7680
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Thanks but, I donít see where the support in question
attaches to the chopped bar.
It does not attach to the lower guard or the mustache guard. Look at the top bracket in the picture. It mounts the the original crash bar tab in the center of the frame. Then to the fairing. You need that bracket.
05-26-2019 01:21 PM
Papagonza Thanks again texasnurse but, I am not using the Harley chopped bar.
05-26-2019 10:59 AM
texasnurse
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Thanks but, I donít see where the support in question

attaches to the chopped bar.


The Harley version attaches directly to frame.
See more info/instructions


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05-26-2019 09:08 AM
Papagonza Thanks but, I donít see where the support in question
attaches to the chopped bar.
05-26-2019 09:02 AM
texasnurse Yes it is necessary for support. Here is the roadglide model

https://mstore.harley-davidson.com/s...7-49000117a--1


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05-26-2019 08:36 AM
Papagonza
Mustache engine guard

Question..I have a 19 Road Glide Special and am changing the engine guard to a smaller mustache type. The support that comes down from the fairing will not reach the new bar. Is it necessary and can it be removed without effecting the turn signal? Thanks

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