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post #3 of (permalink) Old 01-27-2009, 11:24 PM
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I had air wings on my 1500. upper and lowers.

Loved them. Worked great in summer by deflecting that 122*F heat off my hands and legs.

same in the winter, kept that cold air off my hands and legs.

If it was just ordinary hot, they would curl a real nice breeze in behind that big windscreen I had (29" tall).





That's what my bike looked like before that Freightliner rolled it up into a ball last year.

Before you ask "where's the protective gear", it is in mom's house. Just took her around the block a bit at a nice slow leisurely pace. She's out in a rural area and no traffic to bother us.
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