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Metra 95-HDIF Batwing Fairing for Select Harley Davidson FLH 1998-2013 (Painted)

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Original price $459.41 - Original price $459.41
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$459.41 - $459.41
Current price $459.41
Metra 95-HDIF Batwing Fairing Kit for Select Harley Davidson FLH 1998-2013

Brand: Metra
Condition: New

This kit provides the ability to install an ISO DDIN
aftermarket radio. Inner fairing panel is painted
high-gloss black. Stainless steel hardware included.

TOOLS REQUIRED: (sold separately)
-Panel removal tool
-Phillips screwdriver
-5/16” socket wrench
-T25, T27 Torxscrewdriver
-3/16”,5/32” Allen(hex) wrench
-1/2”, 7/8”,9/16”openended wrench

Installation Instructions for Part 95-HDIF.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf

Wiring Harness:
Antenna Adapter: not required
Steering wheel control interface: ASWC-1

Compatible with:
Harley Davidson FLH 1998-2013
*Please contact us ofr up to date vehicle applications

-Inner fairing
-Radio bracket with spacers
-Speaker grilles
-Speaker rings
-(8) #8 x 5/8” Phillips screws
-(8) #8-32 machine screws
-(8) #8-32 nuts
-(8) #8 washers

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