Motorcycle Types Cruiser Harley-Davidson Compact Sport Deflector for Sportster

Harley-Davidson Compact Sport Deflector for Sportster

Harley-Davidson Sportster with Sport Deflector
Harley-Davidson Sportster with Sport Deflector

Harley-Davidson Sportster Windscreen

Like a great bikini, the new  Compact Sport Wind Deflector (P/N 57400184, $249.95) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Parts and Accessories offers just enough coverage.

Shaped to smooth wind flow around the headlamp and handlebar-mount gauges, this compact screen sits just above the headlamp and maintains the stripped-down, minimalist attitude of Dark Custom Harley-Davidson Sportster models.

The dark polycarbonate screen is easy to install to the fork tubes with chrome-plated adjustable clamps. This kit includes all mounting hardware and fits all 2004-later Sportster models except the 2011-later 1200 Custom.

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