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I'm guessing same as my SGS? Loosen (do not remove) screws, gently remove stocker and replace with LRS being careful not to overtighten? Thanks in advance.
 

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Unless LRS has changed the mounting holes, I have to remove the screws completely to install my LRS. I swap between a KlockWerks during the summer, which has factory mounting holes (Just back out screws 1/4 inch) to a LRS during the winter.
I will add the LRS holes are not exactly in the correct location, to simply start the screws. I need to flex the shield to start the screws, just be careful not to cross thread the aluminum screws. But the price was right for the LRS, so I overlook those issues
 

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My first LRS has the slots like stock and has a tendency to move in just speeds since it is 16". My 10" and 13" have just oval holes to help with alignment.

I definitely recommend the 3 piece trim when going taller than the stock Road Glide shield.
 

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It will take you two minutes to put the LRS shield on

Remove the screws

Put the shield on and don’t over tighten it screws

That’s it

Swomack
 

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I just put a LRS on my bike. Holes lined up perfect and install didn’t take but a few minutes. Best of all the 11 inch Stingray was perfect for my 5’7” on a stock Ultra seat. Probably go an inch lower on anew seat and still be great.


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Mine looked like they don't line up at all. But as you curve it into place it fits good.

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I just installed my 10" stingray. It fits well. Not as happy with the color of their dark smoke vs the klockwerks but at a 1/4 the price I will deal with it.

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Easy peasy another pair of hands to flex is helpful
 
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