Save money now. Remove the front outer fairing on your Harley Davidson yourself.
Have the pride & satisfaction of working on your own Harley!
Do it in your garage or your workspace right on the kickstand!
Free Video By Bikers for Bikers
VIDEO-In this video we show you how to remove the front outer fairing on your pre 2014 Harley Davidson touring class motorcycle. There are many reasons you may want to remove your fairing, such as installing new speakers.
Harley Heated Grips Install Video:
We recently removed the front outer fairing to install heated grips on my 2014 Street Glide Special. I must admit that installing the Harley Davidson brand heated grips was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I also installed a Harley Hammock heated seat on my bike.
Remove Harley Davidson touring outer front fairing | Pre-2014
Install replace front fairing speakers on Harley Davidson Touring
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Steve Shortridge says
Just stumbled across y’all’s videos, great content and very helpful. Nice to see some guys that really care about the image of folks that care about motorcycles and love to ride. Given recent happenings in the northeast and the bad light that was shined on the lawful riders of the USA.
Thanks for your hard work
Blue Knights LE MC
Ryan Urlacher says
Awesome Steve! Absolutely, the motorcycling majority are good hard working folks. Thanks for commenting and ride safe!
Wayne Berry says
i just wayched the video for removing the outer fairing on a streetglide & found it very helpful. i’m trying to find a short in my radio memory wire circuit, it blew a fuse & i replaced it, the radio played & i turned the ignition off. the next time i went to ride it did not come on i checked the fuse & it was blown again, i tried one more time & it blew soon as i started pushing the new one. there is a dead short somewhere if i can find it. i have been an Electrician since 1988 but all my experience is in industrial. PLCs, MCCs, etc but a short is a short. i would give a donation but have been out of work since May 26th of 2011, i had a bad atv accident,flatlined twice, fractured T6 & T8 vertebrae, severe brain trauma. the doctors didnt expect me to live through the night, then were telling my parents if i lived i would be a vegtable. later in the hospital i was fussing about the blisters on my hands from the wheelchair & they were telling me they would callus up after a while that i would never get out of the wheelchair, but after about 2 1/2 years of intense therapy & rehab last sept. 23 i rode my sportster down my driveway & back, i cried alittle bit some out of happiness & some because i was terrified. to date i’ve rode my sportster around 1,000 miles, my nighttrain about 2,000 miles, & my streetglide about 1,800 miles pretty damn good for a vegtable. it took a lot longer than i expected but i made it with GODs help. when i get back to work i will give a donation, your videos are very informative, thanks again my brother ride safe & ride often keep your knees in the breeze & your chin in the wind
Ryan Urlacher says
Wow Wayne! Awesome and thanks for sharing. True power of God. I am so glad you can ride and feel the wind brother. Thanks for the kind words and I am glad thing here are useful to you. Glad to have you aboard with the law abiding biker community.
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