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Harley Davidson Softail Springer FXSTS/I Fairings


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Motorcycle Fairings for Harley Softail Springer

Built with a heavier build but retro style reminiscent of the early motorcycles created during the post-war era, the Harley Softail Springer FLSTS is a good choice if you wish to cruise leisurely from place to place. Though, you would find it easier to be at ease while riding if you had additional motorcycle accessories equipped to your two-wheeler. If you want an affordable piece of equipment that is both functional and stylish, then it would be worthwhile to check out the Harley Softail Springer FLSTS fairings created by Viking Bags.

Features of Harley Softail Springer FLSTS Fairings

You will find installing Harley Springer FLSTS fairings to be a relatively easy task thanks to the easy-to-use clamps and the universal mounting bracket kit. The clamps are designed to fit around a fork that is between 35 to 49 mm in diameter. The parts provided in the kit help to tighten and further secure the fairings in place. The attachable windshield is constructed from acrylic or plexiglass which allows you to clearly see thanks to the reflective surface blocking out the harsh sunlight and keeping bugs, wind, and dust from hitting your face. The entire body of the Softail Springer FLSTS fairings is made from the rigid composition of ABS plastic, making this equipment difficult to crack or damage even when suffering from a heavy blow.

Design of Harley Softail Springer FLSTS Fairings

Having a largely curved shape, the front side of Harley Softail Springer FLSTS fairings is covered in contours, ridges, and bulges that give the equipment a rougher exterior despite being made of smooth ABS plastic. The back side is carved out and designed to fit seamlessly around the shape of your motorcycle’s front. The surface is painted with a glossy black finish.

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