For Harley Electra Glide Three Hole 15.5" "king Size" 1/8" Made In Usa on 2040-parts.com
Woodland Hills, California, United States
|As described great seller! Makes a awesome product! Great customer support! AAA+||During past month|
| ||Harley Road King 18.5" DARK TINT 1/8" THICK USA POLYCARBONATE, same as H-D (#201574582713)|
IMMEDIATE FREE SHIPPING VIA 2-DAY USPS [PRIORITY MAIL (USA ONLY)
15.5" Tall and and 1/2" WIDER SIDES, King size, PERFECT FOR 2-UP OR LONG RIDES Custom made to order windshield for your Harley Road King.
Made from 1/8" thick ( same as H-D OEM) American Polycarbonate material (NOT CHEAP AND DANGEROUS ACRYLIC, or "ABS plastic" crap).
All mounting holes PRE DRILLED TO EXACT H-D OEM SPECS, for your convenience.
- Very simple ten minute install.
All questions welcome, I love questions.
Made right here in the U.S.A for Harley owners, by a Harley owner.
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