Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 30
Rated 1 out of 5 by boyofsummer33 Mounting hardware and design not practical
First, the look of the mid frame deflectors are nice but I feel not worth the $$ you are spending on them. And good luck mounting these. The clips included for the top bolts on each side do not extend properly in order to thread the bolt through which is a completely poor design. I had to take a matching nut, use a magnetic pen to attach the nut to and manage to get the nut up in the frame of the bike for the bolt to thread through and secure the deflector. For the amount of money I spent on the bike, you would think the frame would already be pre-drilled and threaded to accept these accessories. I can see if it was an off market brand, but come on, this is a Harley product. If I am investing $90 for the deflector then another $60 for the chrome accents, the mounting part should be a simple and easy process. Definitely not worth the money nor the hassle of time to try and mount them on the bike.
January 4, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5 by mechanicsunite YOUR TWINS WILL THANK YOU!!
these deflectors really make all the difference when stuck in traffic. I live down in southern LA, and well it tends to get pretty warm. got stuck in hard traffic one day and thought I was going to catch a heat stroke, as I could not shut off the engine with slow moving traffic. installed these and havnt looked back yet. well worth the money.
July 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by sjambok Money Well Spent
I have these air deflectors installed on my FLHR and FLRT. They keep heat away from ones thighs and are particularly useful on warm days at slow speeds. They take minutes to install and are easily removed if necessary for servicing the bike.
May 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beirutvet83 Money well spent
These were worth the money they do what they're meant to do!. As far as to installing them I've got big hands but it took me about 20 minutes. The key is to open up the speed nuts a little with a screwdriver because there isn't a lot of room to push them on without opening them.
April 23, 2016