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Burly Brand 17" Tall Touring Sport Fairing B10-2001


Burly Brand 17" Tall Touring Sport Fairing B10-2001


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The Touring Sport fairing embodies an aggressive cruiser style (inspired by FXR and T-sport DNA) Sweeping lines flow nicely with the motorcycle and look great with a variety of handlebar setups Flanking the headlight bucket are two styling pockets with great potential for further customization with lighting Made of high quality molded ABS and paired with an opaque impact resistant acrylic windscreen for strength and durability Included with all fairings is a universal mounting kit consisting of black powder coated heavy duty steel brackets with a range of adjustability fitting 35mm-49mm forks

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