See even more of the world that you just passed. This exclusive-design Split Vision Mirror minimizes blind spots and provides a wide panoramic rear view of the left and right lane, and the road behind you.
My GF bought these for me from my wish list. Awesome looks, coupled with excellent viewable area make these a must have. The thickness of the billet design make these much more stable than stock mirrors, as the vibration is much more reduced, keeping the picture behind you steady.
There is no price for safety. Yes, they are expensive. Yes they should be standard on every bike. Living in deer country these are a must. I also highly recommend the passing lights as well. Also have your dealer install the electrical bypass mechanism, which allows your passing lights to remain on, when you initiate your high beam. If you live in an area where critters are everywhere, then you really should spend the money on both the Daymaker headlamp and running lights.
Does the low beam stay on with the high beam ? Also I like the look of the Day maker headlight on the 2014 limited. Now you also have a day maker reflective what is the advantage of both. my 2005 FDLHTCUI is black cherry anf black pearl the black lights although more expensive would look the best. Keep in mind I'm 67 and my night vision isn't what it used to be and I live in the mountains and drive windy roads. My spot lights stay on with my high beams and I have your aux lights on my crash bars.
just installed new led headlamp on 2004 road king.when I finishing up installing hd visor style chrome trim ring on light its got like quarter inch gap all the way round inside of lamp between ring its likje there needs to be chrome bezel or trim ring anyone else have this issue let me kn ow
40W per channel with amplifier so 160 Watts total with 4 speakers. These are a bit clearer than the stock speakers, but at hwy speeds it really doesn't matter. They are far better suited for in-town or parked.