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2003 HARLEY DAVIDSON XLH1200 Kuryakyn Flame Mirror Accent Covers 1754

Kuryakyn 1754 - Kuryakyn Flame Mirror Accent Covers

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Flame Mirror Accents, Plastic, Black, 3M Tape, Harley-Davidson®, Pair

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Brand: Kuryakyn

Manufacturer's Part Number: 1754

Part Type: Mirror Trim Covers

Product Line: Kuryakyn Flame Mirror Accent Covers

Summit Racing Part Number: KUR-1754

Mirror Trim Cover Material: Plastic

Mirror Trim Cover Finish: Black

Installation: Adhesive tape

Drilling Required: No

Cutting Required: No

Quantity: Sold as a pair.

Notes: Gloss black finish. Designed for use with OE handlebar mirrors.

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Ready for a sizzling way to spruce up the stock mirrors on your motorcycle? Imagine a set of Kuryakyn flame mirror accent covers adorning the back sides. They are fiery 3-D designs that draw some immediate attention, along with "oohs" and "ahhs." Available in chrome or gloss black finishes, these plastic accessories install within seconds with high-strength adhesive tape. Handlebar mirrors are prominent equipment--these flames also make them street-cred stylish!

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