Side Wind Deflector Set

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Side Wind Deflector Set
Your Price
$79.99
MSRP:
$89.95
Item #:
BB2565
79.99

Tour Wind Deflectors come with a shorter mounting arm to provide a streamlined fit. Specially contoured panels shaped to close tight to the fairing provide less air movement behind panels. Easy installation with no holes to drill, fit GL1500 Gold Wings.

9 Member Reviews

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7/2/2012
Dan
Murray, UT
50_stars
A Great Deflector!!

I absolutely love these deflectors!! They are a real nice addition to my accessories.... and best of all, they perform extremely well!!

5 Stars!!!! And an additional 5 Stars for how easy it was to install!!!!

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12/4/2011
bucker
Cambridge, Ontario, CA
40_stars

I love these Wind Deflectors. They are a great addition to my 1993 GL1500.I did as a few others mentioned and used a little lock tite on the threads of the small lock nuts so they would stay in place. I also ground down the top bracket end as others have so it would not scrach my paint. Other then that these are a wonderful accessorie and would gladly recommend them.

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8/29/2008
Travis
Tacoma, WA
50_stars

I love this longer style deflector. I grabbed them in translucent blue to match my wing. Easy to install and use.

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10/29/2007
terry
carnation, WA
40_stars

These deflectors work very well in both hot and cold weather. They're easy to adjust while riding and don't get in the way. I took the advice of another reviewer and put threadlocker on the chrome nuts. Be prepared, though, you do need to grind the inboard ends of the mount arm to keep it from messing up the fairing. I painted the exposed ends with Hammerite grey paint to keep from rusting. So far so good.

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10/12/2007
Tony
Koolewong, AU
50_stars

I agree with Kevin, look great on the bike - better than the picture but be sure and grind off the ends that would otherwise dig into the plastic.If you are like me you like to preserve the ability to remove accessories and have the bike original. Another worthwhile trick is to replace the rear screw that holds the pocket in before removing the screws which will hold the bracket on as this will keep everything lined up especially on the left hand side if you have a CB radio fitted.

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