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The Kuryakyn Front Fender Ornaments (7332) add a stunning little sparkle of chrome to your fender and catch everyone's attention. It also doesn't get much easier with the simple peel-amp;-stick. This pure chrome fender spear measures 1-1/4" Wide x 8" Long. Includes (1) Front Fender Spear, (1) Alcohol Pad ; suggested tools for smooth installation: Simple installation, Easy' Ridin'! This Kuryakyn part is most compatible with Gold Wing: All '01-'19 GL1800 amp; '13-'16 F6B Models, Harley: Universal: Front Fenders with approximately 15-1/4” radius; Typical Fitments Include: Late Model Touring Models amp; Softails, Honda: '14-'15 Valkyrie, Multi-Fit: Universal: Front Fenders with approximately 15-1/4” radius.

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