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Harley Fxd, Fxdl, Fxdx, Fxdc Dyna 1993-05 National Cycle. Spotlight Bar N935 on

US $283.45

Flint, Michigan, United States

Flint, Michigan, United States
Condition:New Brand:National Cycle Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:N935 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States





Windshields and Light Bars are not only practical, they make a good looking combination for cruisers.
Our Out In Front package comes with a guarantee: our Light Bar will fit any National Cycle SwitchBlade® or Heavy Duty™ Windshield. 

National Cycle Spotlight Bars not only look great on your cruiser, they are also a considerable safety feature.
Their 35-watt halogen bulbs light up the night on those long, dark roads and, at the same time, make you more visible to oncoming traffic.

Our Spotlight Bars are wired for activation with your headlight high beam switch, but with our N9001 Spotlight Bar
Switch (sold separately), they can be turned off when supplemental lighting is not needed.

We engineer complementary clearances to ensure the Spotlight Bars will fit with our SwitchBlade®, Heavy Duty™ and
Dakota 4.5™ windshields, and with our Chrome Lowers.

National Cycle’s Spotlight Bars are fully assembled and wired for easy installation.










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