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    Are they still available and who is has them? Going to by a fairing for the bike and this is the one I want! Thank you Brett

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    https://www.facebook.com/groups/9501...airing%20mount Ryan Kirkpatrick

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      Originally posted by Engineman View Post
      Are they still available and who is has them? Going to by a fairing for the bike and this is the one I want! Thank you Brett
      Dude,ur gonna love it! I had a street glide fairing on my bike,but always wanted a roadglide fairing so finally I got a hold of Ryan Kirkpatrick and bought one of his mounts and a roadglide fairing and off I went! It's still in progress

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        Originally posted by Engineman View Post
        Are they still available and who is has them? Going to by a fairing for the bike and this is the one I want! Thank you Brett
        Go to Facebook and search Ryan Kirkpatrick and them just send him a message ,he will get back to u

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        • #5
          I know some guys had some difficulty installing a setup from a guy from the old rsc. How different is Ryans? I am a big fan of the RG fairing.

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          • FDRUCaptain
            FDRUCaptain commented
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            Ryan's bracket is a direct bolt on. No Fab needed.

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          Thanks guys for the input. I also don't have facebook but I will try to get a hold of him.

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          • #7
            Originally posted by Chico View Post

            Dude,ur gonna love it! I had a street glide fairing on my bike,but always wanted a roadglide fairing so finally I got a hold of Ryan Kirkpatrick and bought one of his mounts and a roadglide fairing and off I went! It's still in progress
            Man I love what you done so far to your bike! Can't wait to see it completed

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            • roadiemort
              roadiemort commented
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              Ryan now knows your here looking for him. I pme,d him on FB for you, Mort

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            Ryan is redneckroadie on the old site. Someone asked him about brackets yesterday and he said he had a few left

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            • #9
              Originally posted by Engineman View Post

              Man I love what you done so far to your bike! Can't wait to see it completed
              Thank u,I'm with u,I can't wait to see it done and on the road either!!

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                Do you know if he has any more brackets

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                • roadiemort
                  roadiemort commented
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                  Might be easier to get a hold of him on Face Book Road Star Clinic

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                Aother than his mount and the fairing, what other parts are needed?

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                • RedneckRoadie
                  RedneckRoadie commented
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                  Parts you'll need for install:
                  1. Inner and outer fairing. This can usually be found on eBay as a set for $2-300
                  2. Radio caddy. This will attach to the inside of the inner fairing and bolt onto my bracket. This will allow you to mount a radio and also serve as a base plate for mounting additional accessories like and amp, fuse block, etc.
                  3. Headlight assembly and bezel. Pretty self explanatory.
                  4. A secondary mount of your choice. My bracket sets the distance and angle for correct clearance with the forks and tank. But the fairing is made of plastic and will still flex on the edges. You'll want to stabilize it to keep it from flexing and eventually cracking. My recommendation is either use the crash bar/turn signal mounts the like the lower rear corners to the crash bar, or use ghost brackets the link it back to the neck of the bike. Chico Malo made his own ghost brackets pretty easily, he might be able to turn out a set for you too. I DO NOT recommend the the Trask hidden mounts.
                  5. Windshield of your choice.
                  6. Stereo, speakers, and gauge fillers of your choice.

                  Keep an eye on all the HD parts pages and you can usually come across a lot of these parts for dirt cheap. You should be able to get into the whole assembly for $5-600 or maybe less, plus paint and however crazy you want to get with audio.

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