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    Pics of fairing on tucked 30

    looking for fairing pics on 30 roadglides, fixing to make a bracket and see how some are mountning or molding bottoms around fender etc...

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    Check out the thread that was just posted, looks like ya'll are doing the same thing

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    The dirty fro picture show. He's got some good detail in there...

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    I just started this mod and I couldnt really find any info on best stuff 2 use etc. Fro had great pics but no real explaination on what he did. Its like a big mysterious void no one will ever discuss! Lol I had 2 just do what I know and work slowly and mine is goin good 4 now

    sent from deadpool #2

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    green843 bagger any pics ,im ready to start on this one

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    Green had the post I was referring too..

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    Keep in mind the best way to tuck the fairing on your 30 is to make the fairing turn with the bars...that way if for some reason you lose air in the front, you can still steer the bike without causing damage.

    If you cut the fairing to tuck tire up into the notched area of the fairing without making the fairing turn .....if you have a sudden lose of air in the front.
    The front will come down, and you will not be able to turn the bars.......NOT GOOD!!!! especialy if it happens while riding!!!

    that being said.......I plan on doing just that with my next build (notching the fairing to tuck the wheel, and making the fairing turn with the bars).
    Last edited by Big Evil; 02-11-2015 at 06:21 PM.

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    uploadfromtaptalk1423685996529.jpgI did have some process pics but deleted from my phone

    sent from deadpool #2

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    Big Evil, the fairing is already fixed. But I know what your saying.

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    I meant to make the fairing turn with the bars.... Not fixed.
    That way you can still steer if front Airride fails

 

 
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