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Came off my 2014. Like new. No scratches or marks. Includes mounting hardware. Free shipping in continental US.
Part number 08F72-MJR-670-
135.99 online.

$100

Pay Pal works.

Easier to text or call me at 305-986-5566.

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Omar
 

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Would you consider posting to U.K ?
I’m assuming you are asking for shipping to UK? If so, I would need to find out how much shipping would be first. If it is reasonable, I’ll pay for it. If not, I would ask you do so. Perhaps if you text or pm me your address, I can find out the cost.

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Omar

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Hi keywasted
Out of the U.K on a bike trip into Europe the moment will get back to you in next 24 hours when back in U.k
Yes was asking for shipping to UK and if that was something you would consider if cost was reasonable.
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Hi keywasted
Out of the U.K on a bike trip into Europe the moment will get back to you in next 24 hours when back in U.k
Yes was asking for shipping to UK and if that was something you would consider if cost was reasonable.
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Hi Paul,
I did some research online and found that shipping this very lightweight item would cost from $65 to $95. Totally unreasonable for either of us if accurate. If you would pm or text me an address I could go by the local Post Office and get an actual shipping cost.

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Do you have the instructions on install? It doesn't look like it would be hard, but would like to nonetheless. Did you notice any difference with them on?
 

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Installation is straight forward. I used the online version, available here; http://powersports.honda.com/documentum/MW01/08F72-MJR-670.pdf

They do work and stop most of the wind coming up your thighs and over the side radiator cowls. I noticed the difference with them off when I was on a windy road trip yesterday and had to tuck the front of my t-shirt in to keep from exposing my belly.

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Thanks for the link. I think I am going to hold off for now. I live in Florida and i am just not sure I want to keep the wind off me so much. I rode today for about an hour and the wind didn't really bother me. Of course it was pretty warm out today. It doesn't get too cold here....
 

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That's a good price, I have them on my bike and I like them.
They were on my bike when I bought it and my last ride it was in the low 40's and they kept my legs from being cold.
 

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That's a good price, I have them on my bike and I like them.
They were on my bike when I bought it and my last ride it was in the low 40's and they kept my legs from being cold.
They do a good job, I just don’t like the look.
 
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