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I just saw these while poking around on the net. Thought they are a great alternative to bar mounted mirrors. Does anyone know if they will work on a CC or CR with the Victory fairing? Being as they for a harley and thier windshields with fit, I am thinking positive.

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Your not being fair to us when you don't post a link to what parts your asking about. Not we have to do a search to find what your asking about.



I'm going to say "no" cause there fairing is a different shape then yours.

Best thing you could do is call Kuryakyn and ask them.
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Kinda ugly... IMHO

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On a HD they give you an excellent view of your elbows

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On a HD they give you an excellent view of your elbows
Trouble is, I don't give a twit what rear view they give on an HD, only on a Vic CR.

I See open minded responses are closed on this thread. sorry I even asked.
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H'mmm. You ask for opinions, don't like what's posted, so that makes everyone closed minded

Go buy a set and install them - be happy

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The might work on the CR fairing, the windshield bolt holes are close between a Harley Ultra and the Vic Cross Roads. I doubt that they would work on a CC. Then again anything can be done with money and time, but the big question comes down to is it worth it.

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If you really like them and Kuryakn thinks there a good seller you can bet they will make them for your bike.
Now that its July check now an then on there web site and I'll bet you find them.

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