Every time I’ve seen someone try and put t-bars on a Road Glide, its looked like a complete hack-job. Until now. How many of you know about WestCoast T-Bars? Well, with a little help from John Schope’s Dirty Bird Concepts, WestCoast T-Bars developed a sharp looking cap (or cover), to hide the ugly holes you drilled into the Road Glide’s nacelle to accept t-bars. The cap is made from molded black urethane and includes hidden bolts to properly secure it. If you’re going to put t-bars on your Road Glide, do it the right way and check out @ WestCoast-TBars.com.



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