I got some for my BreakOut, went with the HD ones. I got them mainly for practicallity over looks. Lindby makes some that look great also, I probably would have went with their products if I knew about them while shopping.
Those are good part numbers for your bike. The more rounded one is called the "nostalgic". I prefer the less round one.
Thanks for advice. I talked with dealer today and they have the one with straighter edges in stock so think I will go with them. He said they are bigger and protect more. Now to decide if I need the saddlebag bars in back?
I put them on my Heritage. I liked them and thought the looked really cool, but I ended up taking them off because they dug into my wife's calves when she sat on the bike.. . . Now to decide if I need the saddlebag bars in back?
I am finding that out so quick. Had an accident,fell off my roof, bought this and still on crutches. Never rode yet. Dealer delivered it to me a couple hours one way. Hopefully will be walking soon and riding can start, at least a short one.[/B]
And after the rear bars, another what to buy decision will present itself, then another. That's how the disease progresses. :fitz
My wife hates to ride so that would not be a problem. Just wonder if they would help that much if needed them.I put them on my Heritage. I liked them and thought the looked really cool, but I ended up taking them off because they dug into my wife's calves when she sat on the bike.
They made riding 2-up very uncomfortable to her. Not saying that is the case for all. It probably has to do with the height and leg-length of the passenger.