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If you like to test your riding skills on the track or simply race with your friends on the streets, you may be interested in checking these new handguards by Kuryakyn. They are designed for a variety of Harley Davidson models to protect the rider’s hands from harsh wind, flying rocks, and other road debris. No matter where you ride, getting protective accessories that look great is a good idea.

Dillinger handguards by Kuryakyn are made of strong A380 aluminum alloy combined with ABS plastic and steel mounting brackets. They are designed to be installed to the standard mirror mount locations using OEM hardware, so you don’t need to buy anything extra. These accessories are available in silver and satin black colors. Add an aggressive note to the exterior of your motorcycle with Kuryakyn Dillinger handguards.

Kuryakyn® - Dillinger Handguards

Harley Davidson models:
50th Anniversary Sportster 2007
Iron 883 2009-2020
Seventy-Two 2012-2016
Sportster 2004-2008
Sportster 1200 Custom 2004-2019
Sportster 1200 Low 2006-2011
Sportster 1200 Nightster 2007-2012
Sportster 1200 Roadster 2004-2008
Sportster 883 Custom 2004-2009
Sportster 883 Low 2005-2010
Sportster 883 Roadster 2005-2007
XL883R Sportster 883 Roadster 2013-2015

• Easy bolt-on design mounts directly to the mirror location reusing existing mirror-stem bolts
• Modular construction from a combination of durable A380 aluminum and ABS, with steel mount
• Blocks wind and protects hands from debris
• Thoroughly developed for unbeatable quality and enduring value
• Made with experience and proven by quality
• Perfect for both professionals and enthusiasts

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