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In this ‘How To’ we are going to walk you through the installation the Iron Aces Rushmore Road Glide Mount for ’15 & newer Harley-Davidson Road Glide models.  Similar to how we installed the Street Glide Mount in a previous ‘How To‘ entry, the Rushmore Road Glide Mount is installed using automotive-grade, 3M VHB(Very High Bond) Adhesive. While the adhesive bond formed between the 3M VHB Adhesive and the instrument bezel is an effective way to install the Rushmore Road Glide Mount, it will ONLY provide a lifetime of use when the instructions have been followed step-by-step…we cannot stress this enough, please follow the instructions word-for-word!!

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One of the last modifications (ya’ right!) to our in-house Harley-Davidson Road Glide aka “Tigger” was to eliminate the ugly ass stock turn signals. I finally got around to getting a set of Alloy Art LED Front Turn Signals (click link to purchase). This was one of those last pieces I needed to do to get everything blacked out the way I wanted it and provide that clean look that we all like. Installation is pretty straight forward and should only take an hour or so. The biggest challenge is removing the outer fairing… which I absolutely hate to do on the Road Glides. (The Street Glides are so much easier)

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In this ‘How To’ we’ll walk you through the installation of an Iron Aces Street Glide iPhone / GPS Mount. Unlike the Road Glide iPhone / GPS Mount that we installed in a previous ‘How To’, the Street Glide Mount has two installation options for attaching the Mount to the inner portion of your Harley-Davidson batwing fairing. The first method we will go over utilizes 3M VHB (Very High Bond) adhesive to affix the Street Glide Mount to your inner fairing while the second method utilizes screws.

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Since we introduced our iSimple IS75 Polywire iPhone/iPod Hardwire Kit to the Harley touring market, we have had a large amount of requests from Android users about a similar offering. Without getting in to the specifics of handset manufactures and the fragmentation of the market, it is best to simply state that…there are entirely too many differences in the Android environment and manufactures struggle to find a one-size-fits-all solution. However, we are pleased to announce that we have found a great solution…the iSimple TranzIt BLU Bluetooth Audio Module.

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In this “How To” we decided to replace the stock Harley-Davidson air shocks on Lindsey’s 2010 Street Glide with the Suspension Technologies F-Tech Series Shocks. While we were at it, we also decided to replace the front springs and add a lowering kit from Patriot Suspension. However, this article is going to solely focus on the rear suspension. We will get to the front at a later date.

It should be noted that this is about as easy of an install as it gets. Not really anything that will wow you, but at least you get to see some other photos of the Suspension Technologies F-Tech Series Shocks.

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