Three for Thursday: Easy Decisions, Easy Installations

Look at the clock! It’s time again for a trio of trinkets to trick out your trike, and as usual, Kuryakyn is your connection. Here on Three for Thursday we go out to great lengths to find items from our inventory that will embellish your ride with the least amount of installation effort on your part. So pay attention and see if any of the goodies below are of interest.

Rear Fender Tip with LED Run-Brake Accent Light for GL1800

Rear Fender Tip with LED Run-Brake Accent Light for GL1800

Kuryakyn Part Number: 3225

Where does it go? At the tip of the rear fender, below the license plate.

What makes this part so great? You can now have a unique look unlike any other by adding chrome and additional lighting to an otherwise dull area of your bike.

What is it made of? ABS plastic and super-bright LEDs.

Is it hard to install? Installation is a breeze! Just peel and stick, then plug in the connectors. No drilling, cutting or splicing required. See installation instructions for details.

What bikes will this part fit? All 2001-’10 Honda GL1800 Models.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? Lighted saddlebag molding (p/n 3202/3222), Under Trunk Lightbar (p/n 3227), and Trunk Keyhole Trim (p/n 3219).

Passenger Armrests for Trike

Kuryakyn Part Number: 8959

Passenger Armrests for Trike

Where does it go? On the underside of the tour pack between the rear fenders and the trunk.

What makes this part so great? Now your passenger can sit back, relax and enjoy long rides with these great armrests.

What is it made of? Chrome-plated steel with foam-rubber armrest pads.

Is it hard to install? Installation is straightforward with the included step-by-step instructions. However we do suggest having an extra set of hands to help with the removal and reinstallation on the tour pack. See installation instructions for details.

What bikes will this part fit? 2009-’11 Harley Davidson FLHTCUTG Tri-Glide.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? The Passenger Armrest Pouch (p/n 4196) is a must have, along with a set of Adjustable Passenger Pegs (p/n 4353).

Caliper Covers for Brembo Calipers

Kuryakyn Part Number: 7789

Caliper Covers for Brembo Calipers

Where does it go? Covers your existing front brake calipers, giving that chrome show-quality look without the hassle of changing calipers.

What makes this part so great? Now you can have chrome calipers without the cost or downtime of having your calipers chrome plated. These are lightweight, great looking, and are a must have for any two-wheeled chrome-aholic.

What is it made of? Chrome plated stamped steel.

Is it hard to install? Simple installation using the OEM caliper mounting bolts. See installation instructions for details.

What bikes will this part fit? Front Calipers on 2008-’11 Electra Glides, Road Glides, Street Glides, Road Kings & Trikes, 2006-’11 V-Rods (except 2006-’07 VRSCR Street Rod & 2009-’11 VRSCF V-Rod Muscle).

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? Upper Fork Slider Covers (p/n 8635) and Lower Leg Deflector Shields (p/n 7768).

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