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Kuryakyn Transmission Shroud

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J&P Part: 620-975

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Description

Instructions 620-975.pdf

Kuryakyn Transmission Shroud

• This chrome cover will fill the void between the transmission side cover and top cover

• Covers the rough cast transmission case

• A nice complement to your existing transmission end cover and oil tank

• Mounting hardware and instructions included

Product Specs

  • Finish: Chrome
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 7878
  • Material: Die Cast
  • Sold in Units: Each

Fitment

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Harley-Davidson® Models

Softail Blackline FXS : 2012–2013
Softail Breakout FXSB : 2014
Softail Convertible CVO FLSTSE : 2010
Softail Convertible CVO FLSTSE2 : 2011
Softail Convertible CVO FLSTSE3 : 2012
Softail Custom FXSTC : 2007–2010
Softail Deluxe CVO FLSTNSE : 2014
Softail Deluxe FLSTN : 2007–2014
Softail Deuce FXSTD : 2007
Softail Fat Boy Anniversary FLSTF : 2013
Softail Fat Boy FLSTF : 2007–2014
Softail Fat Boy Lo Anniversary FLSTFB : 2013
Softail Fat Boy Lo FLSTFB : 2010–2014
Softail Fat Boy Special FLSTFB : 2014
Softail Heritage Classic Anniversary FLSTC : 2013
Softail Heritage Classic FLSTC : 2007–2014
Softail Heritage FLST : 2009
Softail Heritage Springer Classic FLSTSC : 2007
Softail Night Train FXSTB : 2007–2009
Softail Slim FLS : 2012–2014
Softail Standard FXST : 2007–2009, 2014

Customer Reviews

  Posted:

Looks amazing on my 2014 softail deluxe HOWEVER...the directions are vague and it is pretty tricky to get behind the lower oil line. Without removing the cover or taking off the lower oil line, you have to really pull on that line to pop the small, front plate into place. Make sure you put a rag (directions state tape) over the cover as well. Additionally, DO NOT over righted the stand off studs...they have a tendency to shear and you will have to order the replacement bolt kit from Kuryakyn. -Craig M. Houston,Tx

  Posted:

Adds a smooth look that looks great

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