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Old 06-11-2016, 01:47 PM   #1
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Side exhaust chrome tip?

anyone put a chrome tip on the side exhaust?
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Old 06-11-2016, 09:58 PM   #2
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Did you put one on your exhaust pipe on the Winny? I do not care for chrome, on my Harleys yes, but not these things.
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Don't you have the piece you cut off your Excursion left over?
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Did you put one on your exhaust pipe on the Winny? I do not care for chrome, on my Harleys yes, but not these things.
yep............
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Don't you have the piece you cut off your Excursion left over?
I cut the tail pipe shorter and slid the tip back..
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I'd like a nice stainless tip for the HH exhaust. But, I'll address that once I get the reliability and comfort issues taken care of.
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I'd like a nice stainless tip for the HH exhaust. But, I'll address that once I get the reliability and comfort issues taken care of.
stainless is nice but requires a lot of upkeep... they turn golden brown quick
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