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    1. captdanwh's Avatar
      captdanwh -
      is this a film that you put on or is it sprayed on? do you have a video out there that shows us what you are promoting and the application process?
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      <div class="message">is this a film that you put on or is it sprayed on? do you have a video out there that shows us what you are promoting and the application process?</div>

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      </div>This is not a spray. I would consider it a little thicker than a film but it is a material that is precision cut to fit different areas of your bike/trike. I actually do not have a video (I will make sure to put this on our to do list) but the application is basically as follows:<br />
      1) Make sure bike is clean<br />
      2) Wet hands, film, and bike.<br />
      3) Apply film and move into position<br />
      4) Smooth out any air bubbles with squeegee<br />
      5) Dry area with towel<br />
      6) Wait 24 hours and squeegee around edges to make sure it is sealed<br />
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      Ta Da! Presto! :D
    1. pcombe's Avatar
      pcombe -
      Precision cut to fit what., trike fenders, fairings etc?<br />
      I have a 1989 tour glide ultra with a champion trike kit. <br />
      <br />
      <a href="http://www.triketalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=18042" title=""> 18042</a> And how much for what cover?<img src="images/smilies/shrug.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Shrug" class="inlineimg" />
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      <div class="message">Precision cut to fit what., trike fenders, fairings etc?<br />
      I have a 1989 tour glide ultra with a champion trike kit. <br />
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      <a href="http://www.triketalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=18042" title=""> 18042</a> And how much for what cover?<img src="images/smilies/shrug.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Shrug" class="inlineimg" /></div>

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      </div>1) What champion trike kit year and type?<br />
      2) Do you have a picture of the front view of the rear fender area? I need to see the area between the outer fender and where the bike attatches to the box.<br />
      3) Have pin stripes painted or strips? If painted have they been clear coated?<br />
      4) How long on paint job?<br />
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      We do have a lot of options for you but just need some questions answered before I can give you specifics for your 1989 tour glide ultra with a champion trike kit. We will figure out something that will work for you and then I can give you pricing.
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      Quote Originally Posted by SEE THROUGH BRAZ View Post
      1) What champion trike kit year and type?
      2) Do you have a picture of the front view of the rear fender area? I need to see the area between the outer fender and where the bike attatches to the box.
      3) Have pin stripes painted or strips? If painted have they been clear coated?
      4) How long on paint job?

      We do have a lot of options for you but just need some questions answered before I can give you specifics for your 1989 tour glide ultra with a champion trike kit. We will figure out something that will work for you and then I can give you pricing.

      2013 champion FLT kit, pin stripes are NOT painted on and is clear coated.

      Click to enlarge pic.

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    1. SEE THROUGH BRAZ's Avatar
      SEE THROUGH BRAZ -
      We know it is hard to see something clear on a trike so we have come up with a way to show you with pictures what the Trike Kit protects. Please note that the material is actually clear but we needed a way to be able to show you the dimensions/area that is protected.<br />
      <a href="http://www.triketalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=18178" title=""> 18178</a><a href="http://www.triketalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=18179" title=""> 18179</a><a href="http://www.triketalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=18180" title=""> 18180</a><a href="http://www.triketalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=18181" title=""> 18181</a><br />
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      We offer Trike Kits for both the 2014 Tri Glide Ultra and the 2013 and before Tri Glide Ultra Classic. These kits contain 6 pieces (3 pieces for each side). <br />
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      If you have a different model, don't worry! We probably have something for you! Just shoot us a message and we will get you hooked up! <br />
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      We do offer other precision cut parts too such as fairings, tank protectors, etc.! Pictures of those are coming soon!
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      pcombe -
      Those pics are the area i want to protect.
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      Bones158 -
      Looks like a nice product but wish you would have some for the Ventures and Goldwings.
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      <div class="message">Looks like a nice product but wish you would have some for the Ventures and Goldwings.</div>

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      </div>We are currently working on the Goldwings but what trike kit would you need?. I am not sure about the Ventures.....can you send me a picture or more details? We are always working on new models and are happy to work with you to figure out what would work for you!
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      Dear Meridith: 2-18-14<br />
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      I received the test strip and applicator this morning.<br />
      I just wanted to let you know my trike is in the shop so i wont be able to access it for awhile.<br />
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      Paul Combe
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      captdanwh -
      i own a 2007 flhtc with a champion trike kit installed, do you have the film for this trike kit? are you by any chance going to be at the Daytona bike week show this year? let me know, please.
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      <div class="message">i own a 2007 flhtc with a champion trike kit installed, do you have the film for this trike kit? are you by any chance going to be at the Daytona bike week show this year? let me know, please.</div>

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      </div>What year is the Champion Trike Kit? We aren't going to be at Daytona but we will be at the Trike Talk Rally in Eureka Springs in June. We may be going to a couple other rallies but haven't firmed them up yet.
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      I had the bike converted in 2011 at Buffalo Harley Davidson in N.Y.
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      I have a 2013 Goldwing Lehman conversion, any thoughts on making a kit for the fenders?
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      </div>Is it a Monarch 1 or Monarch 2? Thanks!
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      </div>Can you send a picture to <a href="mailto:seethroughbraz@gmail.com">seethroughb raz@gmail.com</a> along with your phone number? Al has a few questions that he thinks a picture might answer. He has done a Monarch 2 but with the Limited Lean System so he just wants to compare it. Thanks! Meredith
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      Great product just put it on my 2012 tri glide. Do as the directions say it goes on easily
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