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Memphis Shades Custom Lowers

J&P Cycles Part Number: 750-272

Manufacturer Part Number: MEP5810


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Important Fitment Note

Must use model specific Memphis Shades Trigger Lock mounting hardware.


Description for Memphis Shades Custom Lowers

• Provides Additional Wind and Rain Protection

• Must Purchase Lowers Mounting Hardware Separately

• May Require Turn Signal relocation

Product Specs

Product Specs for Memphis Shades Custom Lowers

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Front Fork
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Fitment Note:

Must use model specific Memphis Shades Trigger Lock mounting hardware.

Fitment Note:

This item is a universal/custom fit component, and does not have any direct standard/OEM model application. Some items may require modification and an advanced level of mechanical skill and/or knowledge for installation.

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Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews for Memphis Shades Custom Lowers

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5 out of 5 stars (based on 20 reviews)

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Worked awesome, no head buffet.




Got them super fast and were on the bike just in time for my trip


Easy install, great fit, look great and they do their job very well.


Easy install on my 05 Vstar classic. Pushes a lot of water away from my lower legs in the rain. I recommend these highly.


These are great at reducing helmet buffeting, which is what I bought them for. Easy to install on my Suzuki, but could have had better and clearer instructions.


I put these on my softail to reduce wind buffeting and noise due to turbulence coming from below the windshield and across the tank. They really do reduce both, especially the wind pressure against my midsection that comes up over the tank. And, now I can actually ride without earplugs on the freeway at over 70 mph, but if there is a lot of traffic or wind, it's still too loud. I will continue to wear plugs for any extended freeway travel. I had to install them in what kind of looks like an upside down orientation in order to close the gap with the windshield because of the geometry of my bike. Not saying that they look bad, just that you might have to consider which way to orient them for most effectiveness. I was skeptical about plastic shields, cantilevered out from the forks, but they are thick and sturdy - no vibration or flexing in the wind at all, even at 80+mph. My only suggestion to Memphis Shades is that the aluminum fork clamps are just tapped into the aluminum without inserts and it's a little hard to start the screws when you install the clamps. This makes it somewhat likely to strip out or cross threads. Steel inserts or helicoils would be much more robust.The other tapped AL parts are ok, but the clamps are much more prone to problems due to the difficulty of aligning them.

James Kandoll

Helps cut much of the updraft. Must have with a windshield


5 Star

Bob Chandler

5 Star

Important Product Notes

Windshields once mounted cannot be returned. Returned windshields must be new condition with no evidence of wear or mount marks. Be careful to check fitment before mounting your new windshield.

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