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    That really is one gorgeous bike Hiramsaint


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zappally View Post
    That really is one gorgeous bike Hiramsaint


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    Many thanks friend! I was also liking the way your looks also. Can you post a pic of your rear tail light mount sometime?

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    Quality OUT STANDING - Shipping About 4-5 weeks. Color Match Nearly SPOT-On! Easy install, Add a Fuse box.

    I just did one for a customer and she is Happy as hell - Tunes sound awesome.

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    Thanks man!

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    Picked up a set of VTX specific bags in black: quality fiberglass, excellent fit, actually came a few weeks earlier than I expected. I've done business with them a few times. Talk to them, they'll certainly answer back pretty quick: (e-mail) sales@tsukayu.com .. I did have fiberglass bags with flush mount led turn signals and tried a few times to get them to make/send me red lens vs the clear == nope. I was able to get just about anything else though.
    Where ever you buy from, it will be drop-shipped from Tsukayu. They do package pretty good. My bags arrived in perfect shape, no footprints on the box either

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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzy7 View Post
    If its any help I'm 5'7 and the 8on windshield actually works best. I like the 10in but I have to look through the windshield. Most people will tell you the windshield's top edge should be about 2in below you nose.

    But hey, whatever you get you can always replace it with a high quality Long Ride Shield for about %40 which in my opinion is on of the best shields made. They typically run well over $100, but they constantly run 50, 60, and 70% off sales.
    Thanks for posting that. I need to replace my damaged shield on my fairing and it's too low anyway. Buffeting is not your friend

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