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I've looked at WitchDoctors, Noemtz, Victory's aftermarket catalog, and CycleOps but I cannot find what I want. I want to replace the covers that say "6-speed" and "Freedom V-twin" with just plain chrome covers with no script or design on them. Does anyone know where I can get a set of them? I'm wanting to clean up the bike's look.

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I've looked at WitchDoctors, Noemtz, Victory's aftermarket catalog, and CycleOps but I cannot find what I want. I want to replace the covers that say "6-speed" and "Freedom V-twin" with just plain chrome covers with no script or design on them. Does anyone know where I can get a set of them? I'm wanting to clean up the bike's look.
WitchDocs' has what you're after. See this page: http://buywitchdoctors.com/c/459/vic...ywitchdoctors/.
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...I want to replace the covers that say "6-speed" and "Freedom V-twin" with just plain chrome covers with no script or design on them. Does anyone know where I can get a set of them? I'm wanting to clean up the bike's look.
Are you looking for "Engine Covers" or "Wedge Badges?"

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WitchDocs' has what you're after. See this page: http://buywitchdoctors.com/c/459/vic...ywitchdoctors/.
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Thanks CR. For some reason, the pics of the smooth ones weren't loading on my phone.

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Are you looking for "Engine Covers" or "Wedge Badges?"
Engine covers but I'd like a plain chrome cheese wedge badge also for the right side too.

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PTM go big time , this is a trucker mirror from cheker auto. All sizes avail. eight dollars.

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PTM go big time , this is a trucker mirror from cheker auto. All sizes avail. eight dollars.
I did the same thing on the right side of my Hammer. It looks great.
$3 at WallyWorld.
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Awesome! Thanks guys

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busajack,
How'd you get them to stick? Inquiring minds want to know.

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How'd you get them to stick? Inquiring minds want to know.
Black double sided tape. Works great.....
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Heres one on my Raider with some paint. The tape works good and I also use a bit of clear silicone to stick anything to anything on a bike. Stays flexable to combat vibs. Just clean the surfaces well.

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