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post #11 of 1148 (permalink) Old 01-08-2010, 12:30 PM
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I just reviewed the item. It appears by the photos that they have a store front. I would give the BBB a call in the town of Maryville, TN to see if anyone has registered any negative feedback against them.

Just my 2 cents,

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post #12 of 1148 (permalink) Old 01-08-2010, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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After talking to the guy he told me that they will also paint the fairing which runs 350 so I think I will have the local dude do itfor me. As soon as I receive it I will let ya'll know what is what and pictures and stuff. I still think 239 you can't go wrong especially being fiberglass.
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I noticed these on ebay a couple of weeks ago and thought about taking a chance on one. Anxious to hear some feedback.
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FYI - I work in Alcoa, TN which is just next to Maryville. In fact, we service a lot of properties in Maryville (landscape maint).

We are off work today because of snow and ice, but next week, once I am off work, I think I might just drive over to "Reckless Motorcycles" and take a peek.

Anyone interested in some feedback?

BTW, I have a WOC fairing that I love so I am very interested in a comparison.

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Even though I have already purchased one I would still be interested in hearing a little sumpthin sumpthin.
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Please any feedback and info on these fairing would be great.

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Looking back at his feedback it appears that the fairing for the VTX is a relativity new product. He has done a ton of fairings for HD and has gotten good feedback.
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that is encouraging
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Honda...Q5fAccessories

Anybody know anything about these? Says they are fiberglass and come with a windsheild, almost seems to good to be true for the $$$$ If this has been posted before sorry
Is it me.They look like the Hoppe Fairings.

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