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I installed one on my bike. The difference is day and night, it really "finishes" the rear tail light chrome.

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and after installation.

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...and here is a side view.

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The only thing I would do differently, if I had it to do again, is gently spread the tail light cover while putting it on. The two sided tape will "grab" the tail light before the light cover is in it's proper place.
 

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Put it on my Chieftain yesterday. Really cleaned up the look from the rear. No I need to figure out what to do the the license plate bracket!
 

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Looks Great! I put one on my Black Roadmaster and love the look!
 
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Have had it on my bike for 3 months, it has stayed on well, makes the rear taillight area look a lot nicer.

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Mine now looks like an arrow with a chrome edge.


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Agreed. I put this on at some point last summer right after it was available (same time as the tappet block cover). Really like how it cleaned up and "completed" the assembly.
 

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This was the first trinket the wife bought for the bike. It does look great. You're absolutely dead on balls accurate about that tape grabbing.
 

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First piece I bought
Me too. Then I added Kuryaken road pegs, clutch peg, brake peg, hand grips, an Indian head silver dollar on the horn plate, and an Indian head silver dollar (smaller one) on the starter button. There's other items coming though. Just so many paydays to go around.
 

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I installed one on my bike. The difference is day and night, it really "finishes" the rear tail light chrome.

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and after installation.

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...and here is a side view.

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The only thing I would do differently, if I had it to do again, is gently spread the tail light cover while putting it on. The two sided tape will "grab" the tail light before the light cover is in it's proper place.
got one. U r right finishes it niceley
 

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I did mine probably this past February or so, and it looks just like the day I put it on. Nine months now on mine. Even if it tarnishes or falls off, they can be replaced quickly and cheaply.
 

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The first non OEM bling I bought for my Vintage and at $24 bucks was the best bang for the buck. Number two was the Kuryaken toe rests at $90 dollars..... Love them too. A non obtrusive little place to rest my extended feet while keeping them close to the controls. Kudos to Kuryaken on these products!
 

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#1137 now sports one also, looks really nice.
 
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