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This is with the rear fender off, the license plate actuator folds under and flips out.
 

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I made my own rear fender, handlebars and exhaust, not to mention about 10 or 12 other things.
 

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Note (no lean) I made my own power center stand, because I was told it could not be done.
 

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Finally complete
 

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I custom made my own rear fender, handlebars and exhaust. not to mention about 10 or 12 other things.
That is SUPER mate, well done

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Thank you very much. A lot of labor and hard work went into this build.
 

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Nice job Tom
did you add material to the bottom of the front fairing
 

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No, only thing I did to the front faring was shave the turn signals. I did air ride the front and rear of the bike and put a 23" rim on the front, which included having to get a raked triple tree and Arlen Ness front fender
 

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Is your bike a Cross Roads with a Cross Country fairing added to it?
 

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No, I apologize I realize I put it on the wrong one and reposted it yesterday on the correct forum.
 

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Heres mine.
2013 Crossroads Classic.
5232 Miles at time of purchase last week.
Put about 250 on her so far.
Mostly stock, though seems to have a Vegas trunk on the back, Boss Audio sound system, additional driving lights.
Looking to change the stock bulbs to LED to match the additional driving lights, and I'm on the search for a good deal on floor board mounted highway pegs
 

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Nice

I have a 2011 XR. I had the Victory windshield on mine, got rid of it after 15,000 miles bought a different one. Good bikes, got 46K+ miles on mine now. A while back I bought a wind deflector that goes down behind the forks, actually works good for me, helps cut out some of the buffeting above 55mph. I got it off of ebay from Black Ace Billet for I believe $65. It says it is for the Cross Country, but to me it helps our bikes also. I bolted it on with 2 bolts below the headlight and wired tied it into place. It is just made out of plastic but it is good plastic to me anyway. Enjoy the new ride! Pretty bike. Mine is black, no more black bikes for me, to hard to keep clean. Keep the rubber side down. Speaking of rubber I like the Avon tyres better than the Dunlop E3. To me they stick better in the rain.
 

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This thread has been quiet for a while so I figured I would wake it up. Took off work after lunch today and put a few miles on the ol' XR. Little country store up the road from me where a bunch of bikes gather but I was the only one today.
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Glamour shot

Here's a beauty photo I took on that hellish logging road. The darkness of the deep woods made for a nice shot, I think.
 

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This thread has been quiet for a while so I figured I would wake it up. Took off work after lunch today and put a few miles on the ol' XR. Little country store up the road from me where a bunch of bikes gather but I was the only one today.
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I think I've been there before, where is it?
 

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I made my own rear fender, handlebars and exhaust, not to mention about 10 or 12 other things.
here in MN, you can get a ticket if plate is not shown and your parked on the street.
nice idea
 

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I made my own rear fender, handlebars and exhaust, not to mention about 10 or 12 other things.
Innovation multiplied by talent equals Unique Ride!
 
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