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Fork-Mount Wind Deflectors

Part Number 57400146A

Finish / Color:  Chrome

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Dress your bike for comfort and style. Wind Deflectors extend the windshield's coverage for superior protection in any weather.

  • Scooped deflectors are shaped to channel the air flow and direct the rush of air and turbulence around the rider
  • Deflectors attach to the fork brackets for a clean, integrated look
  • Chrome finish is the perfect complement to polished or chrome front end components
  • Easy to install kit includes all required mounting hardware
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Fits ’95-later FLHR, FLHRC and FLHRS and ’14-later FLHRSE models. Also fits '06-'13 FLHT, FLHTC, and '06-later FLHX and FLHXS models. Does not fit models equipped with Fairing Lowers. Does not fit ’95-’13 models equipped with Lighted Fork Slider Kit or Custom Auxiliary Lighting Bracket Kit P/N 69227-04A or 68000043.

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    Steel
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    1 year limited warranty – Go to www.h-d.com/warranty for full details
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    Wind deflector and all necessary installation hardware
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy install...looks great! Just finished the 15 minute installation of the fork mounted wind deflectors on my 2016 FLHR. They look great and I can't wait to get out on the road and test them. December 5, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yes they do work!! I'm 6'2 on a 14 street glide. Stock windshield and at highway speeds my head would shake and my glasses would come off. Read the reviews and gave them a shot. And they work. Didn't take it away totally but 80% gone. Swapped out with a taller flared windshield, and problem solved! And after a while they start to look like they belong on the bike. October 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by That's what I was looking for I'm 5' 8'' and have a reach seat (lowers seat by about an inch). I experienced really bad head buffeting with the standard street glide windshield. When riding, I put my feet on top of engine guard and the buffeting stopped = it must be coming from below the fairing. I installed the fork wind deflector and fairing adjustable air vent. Big improvement!!! Nice quiet ride now, even at 65 mph against 15 mph wind. When I open the fairing vents, it's still pretty good at 65 mph, so I'm thinking the fork air defectors helped most. Even better with the 8 inch windscreen (for long trips), but I prefer to ride looking over the windshield. Website says fork deflector doesn't fit 2014 Street Glide Special, but it fits fine. June 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Effective I coupled these deflectors with a third-party, relatively inexpensive lower triple tree wind deflector. My only confusion was that these deflectors curve out rather than in. But, they went onto my 2014 FLHR easily, fit fine and look great. Most importantly, with all three deflectors in place, the head buffeting went from annoying to imperceptible. Well worth the investment. June 14, 2016
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I have a 2016 Road King FLHR. I have done a stage one upgrade including the Heavy Breather Elite Performance Air Cleaner. Will installing these wind deflectors reduce the performance of this air cleaner by taking air away from the intake?
January 6, 2017
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I Ride: 2016 Road King FLHR
How I Ride: Local - With Passenger
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I had a 2016 Road King with the heavy breather elite, full exhaust with the screaming eagle tuner. I did not feel any difference in performance. What I did feel a difference in was ride quality. I installed these with the "ash tray", lower triple tree wind deflector as well so I can't comment on their performance alone. For me though, it was literally a night and day difference. There was no more buffeting coming up from below, the air flowed so smooth around me, it made riding much more comfortable. Heavy side winds they don't really help obviously. I would recommend these as well as the ash tray, lower triple tree, wind deflector as well. You can find it on Revzilla by Kuryakyn for like $27, two bolt quick install. I don't believe HD makes them for this model year last I knew. It may produce some drag and you may see a little lower fuel mileage, so I've read in reviews about it, but it wasn't enough for me to take notice. I'd take the ride quality over that everyday anyway, personally. Hope this helps.
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I Ride: 2016 Ultra Classic
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The air flow below the tank remains the same in my experience. Buffeting is reduced significantly around your chest and head however. They are on my 13 RK classic.
January 7, 2017
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Philadelphia PA
I Ride: 2013 Road King Classic
How I Ride: Touring - Solo
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Yes, the front mount wind deflectors us the lower bolt on the fork mounted turn signal light bracket for installation. The wind deflectors won't interfere with the aux light mounting.
January 8, 2017
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I Ride: 2014 FLHXS
How I Ride: Local - Solo
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Hi Kevftyrrell,

Yes, these Fork-Mount Wind Deflectors are compatible with auxiliary lighting kit P/N 67800367. The Fork-Mount Wind Deflectors are not compatible with Custom Auxiliary Lighting Bracket Kit P/N 69227-04A or 68000043.

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November 16, 2016
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Tie down brackets

I have tie down brackets installed where signals were and also have light bar installed. Will these fit?
 
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October 13, 2016
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I Ride: 09 streetglide
How I Ride: Touring - With Passenger
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Hi Cpwelder,

With the tie down brackets my concern would be the bungees that are attached and how close they would come to Fork-Mount Wind Deflectors. I am going to say "No", simply because of the placement.

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October 14, 2016
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Will these fit a FLD switchback?

September 7, 2016
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I Ride: FLD
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Hi Pzone--

No, the Fork-Mount Wind Deflectors are not compatible with your FLD. We only have (1) Deflector for the FLD:
P/N 29200011.

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So I've been reading all the reviews on both the fork wind deflectors and the lower fairings. I ride a 2016 Road King. Looking for pure functionality, which performs better in making the ride more comfortable? Also, it says you can't have them both installed...I imagine that is because the fork deflectors would hit the lower fairings, but I just don't see happening. Maybe I just don't know the true size of the fork deflectors. I also just purchased a lower triple tree wind deflector, the ash tray deflector as I've seen it called. So if money is of no concern, you have the "ash tray" deflector installed, and could choose between the fork deflectors or the lower fairings, which one would you choose and why.
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I installed the Fork Deflectors on my 2014 Road King and you could tell the difference. I as well do not understand why you cannot have both. I am now riding a 2015 Road Glide Ultra which has the lowers as well and they work very well. The only thing is that during the rain the lowers help keep me a little dryer unless I forget to close the vents. I think for the difference in the money the Fork Deflectors are the way to go. If there is no concern for money get them both.
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I Ride: 2015 CVO Road Glide Ultra
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