Three for Thursday: Something for Every Biker

This week we’ve got great equipment from all three of our bike stores — Harley, Metric and GoldWing. For Goldwing owners, we have chrome handlebar top covers that can install in minutes. For our metric fans, get a mounting kit for your Suzuki C50 fairing. And Harley riders should check out our LED rear turn-signal inserts that snap on in a snap.

Chrome Handlebar Top Covers

Kuryakyn Chrome Handlebar Top Covers

What is the name and part number? (Kuryakyn p/n 3747)

Where does it go? Mounts to the top of the handlebars, covering the stock black mounts.

What makes this part so great? Now you can chrome the handlebars on your GL1800 in about a minute without using any tools or even getting your hands dirty.

What is it made of? Chrome-plated lightweight aluminum.

Is it hard to install? Not at all. Just clean the surface of the bars, activate the adhesive, peel and stick. That’s it!

What bikes will this part fit? All ’01-’10 GL1800 models.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? A host of dash area accents, including the Front Speaker Top Trim p/n 3739, Dash Top Trim p/n 3737, Gas Tank Door Trim p/n 3738, Chrome Tank Trim w/ Knee Pads p/n 3916, and the Glove Box Accents p/n 3736.

LED Two-Circuit Rear Turn Signal Inserts

Kuryakyn LED Two-Circuit Rear Turn Signal Inserts

What is the name and part number? (Kuryakyn p/n 5412 & 5413)

Where does it go? Replaces the stock rear turn signal/ taillight bulbs and lenses.

What makes this part so great? Now you can make the switch to rear LEDs for increased visibility and a truly unique look. These lights are much brighter than the stock halogen-style bulbs and are backed by a three-year warranty on the LED lights.

What is it made of? Computer geek electronic circuitry, wrapped in a combination of smoked or red plastic lenses with chrome bezels.

Is it hard to install? Installation is straightforward and simple: for the lights, just pop out the stock ones and snap in the LEDs. Some models may require the use of a Load Equalizer (included) to be hardwired into the motorcycle. Read the installation instructions.

What bikes will this part fit? ’10 FLHX, ’10 FLTRX, ’09-’10 FXDB, ’10 FXDWG, ’07-’10 XL1200N, ’09-’10 XL883N, ’10 XL1200X.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? Match the front of the bike with a set of Front LED Turn Signal inserts p/n 4836 or 4825, an LED Headlight p/n 2261 for LEDs all around. We also have the Skinni Mini LED Strip Lights p/n 5042 available to really light up the rear of your bike.

Fairing Mounting Kit for Suzuki C50

Kuryakyn Fairing Mounting Kit for Suzuki C50

What is the name and part number? (Kuryakyn p/n 1396)

Where does it go? Mounts to the front forks.

What makes this part so great? Now you can add the Sportech Fairing-Plus to your Suzuki C50.

What is it made of? Steel.

Is it hard to install? All you’ll need is a few basic hand tools. Simply bolt on the mounting brackets, then the fairing. Installation is simple but we recommend having a second person to help steady the fairing when mounting to the bike.

What bikes will this part fit? ’01-’10 Suzuki Volusia, C50 & C50T.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? This part is made specifically for the Sportech Fairing-Plus p/n 1394. Once installed you can choose to upgrade the fairing by adding the Audio Kit p/n 1399, Speaker Accents p/n 3792 and a variety of Speaker Grills.

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