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I found an older harley fairing on ebay and got it for what I think was good price so I tried mounting it on my SC. Here are the results. Since I bought the bike I have added bags, swapped out the handle bars swapped out the rims for a set from a C and swapped in a freedom motor when my transmission took a dump. I will probably keep this bike until I get so old it gets to heavy for me to lift then I may try and find a trike kit and install it. LOL.

I can only attach one picture at a time for some reason so I will try and post additional pictures below.:crzy:
 

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Looks good. How hard was the fairing to mount?
 

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Mounting it was not bad. I used the standard victory windshield brackets turned them around I then had to drill 2 holes in each fairing bracket then adjust it to the light and then grind a little off the brackets so they wouldn't hit the tank. It took about an hour or 2 and that included touching up the brackets where I ground them with a little rustoleum paint.
 

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Mounting it was not bad. I used the standard victory windshield brackets turned them around I then had to drill 2 holes in each fairing bracket then adjust it to the light and then grind a little off the brackets so they wouldn't hit the tank. It took about an hour or 2 and that included touching up the brackets where I ground them with a little rustoleum paint.

mrbill. I like the bike, I like the fact that you use what you have, since there are not a lot of opitions out there (up grades)for these bike. Keep up the good work and ride safe!
 
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