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    ^^^^ Yep it looks like it's going to me...^^^^^

    Very nice looking bike.....

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    Glenn, good looking bike, where did you get those FXR stickers on the side covers?????

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    Nice job Glenn but one minute it's a rear whitewall and then it isn't.

    1954bmw - I'm thinkin' those FXR stickers are from the snowmobile clothing line.
    Also those question marks aren't free and you used five.

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    How much per question mark, take paypal? And thanks for the idea hillcat

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    My carbon fiber FXR tank.

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    My carbon fiber FXR tank.
    Rear carbon fiber or wrapped

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    Default FXR tank

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    Rear carbon fiber or wrapped
    The tank is a wrap to match my genuine front and rear fender and side panels. I dropped 12lbs with the fenders

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    Rear fender is ounces not lbs.

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    Been a while since I updated anything with my bike here.

    Did a Rifle Roadster Fairing 18'' shield.
    Went Dan Moto Dyna 2/1 Bars (Had to shave the brake pedal a bit still)
    Taking it to my buddy to get the electrical done (headlight went out and found a cut in half ground strap o.0)

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    Bukwild, that's baddass, thanks for the reply!!

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    Looking for some peoples opinions on whether to go with Ness side covers or Rifle. I like the look of the Ness covers better however I saw some reviews regarding fitment issues and the material being flimsy. Not that it matters once they're mounted. Just figured I'd see if you guys preferred one over the other. Also here's my bike too, not the way most go with FXRs but it like it.

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    Rake the neck or all in the trees??

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    Pretty sure it’s all in the trees, I should know honestly. I bought the bike with the front end about 8 or 9 years ago and just never changed anything about it besides the bars and seat. I’m the second owner and the 1st told me he had the front end done by an HD dealership. It’s definitely unconventional as far as FXRs go but I’ve put down a ton of miles on it like it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kendall666 View Post
    Looking for some peoples opinions on whether to go with Ness side covers or Rifle. I like the look of the Ness covers better however I saw some reviews regarding fitment issues and the material being flimsy. Not that it matters once they're mounted. Just figured I'd see if you guys preferred one over the other. Also here's my bike too, not the way most go with FXRs but it like it.
    A set of the Ness covers came on my used FXLR and they're decently made. A set which didn't flex would be heavy. I rather like the stock side covers.

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    I saw the ones from Outlaw and said those are cool. Then I saw the price and was like WTF?! Then I said fuck it and got stupid and bought 'em.
    To add to the stupidity I had to make a bracket to slightly move the MC to get enough clearance.
    '90 FXLR

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    Thanks for the input Farmall & Hillcat. Definitely don’t mind the stock covers either, if I do decide to swap em out i’ll most likely go Ness.

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