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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-10-2013, 09:15 AM Thread Starter
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Nomad fairing options

Been looking at the quadzilla by hoppes any other options out there for a fairing on a 2010 nomad? Maybe I'm not looking hard enough or maybe I'm just awestruck about how nice the audio system is In the quadzilla

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Another Option

I purchased one from Tsukayu over winter and installed it a couple of weeks ago. LOVE IT! I went with the 5" tinted curvy (re-curve) windshield. I can now look over the windshield like you are supposed to and still not eat bugs. Link is below to the website.

They state it can take up to 14 weeks if you have them paint it. Mine took 5 weeks painted. The box they ship it in is indestructible so no damage when it arrived.


http://www.tsukayu.com/Detachable6x9...nomad1700.html

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I purchased one from Tsukayu over winter and installed it a couple of weeks ago. LOVE IT! I went with the 5" tinted curvy (re-curve) windshield. I can now look over the windshield like you are supposed to and still not eat bugs. Link is below to the website.

They state it can take up to 14 weeks if you have them paint it. Mine took 5 weeks painted. The box they ship it in is indestructible so no damage when it arrived.


http://www.tsukayu.com/Detachable6x9...nomad1700.html
Did they paint it that way - the only options I see is 1 color front or 1 color front/back. Love the way it looks... hoping to order mine soon!

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