06 Obviously installation of the front fender is pretty much a no-brainer. Jon slid the new Clean Front Fender into place, tightened it down, and re-installed the front wheel. He’ll move back to the front later on to install the new headlamp, auxiliary lights, and a new set of turn signals to boot.
07 Moving back to the rear of the bike, the saddlebags were removed to gain access to the stock rear fender mounting points. Once the hardware was loosened and the rear lighting connectors were unplugged, Jon removed the rear fender with the factory light bar attached.
08 Here, Jon installed the stock fender support bracket to the new CVO-style rear fender before installing it to the King.
09 He then tightened down the new Harley license plate mount…
10 …and routed the new, already-assembled factory wiring connector. Plug and play time!
11 Which would you choose? As for Jon … you probably know the answer to that one. The CVO-style fender is much cleaner and the tinted vertical lighting is a nice touch.
12 Once the CVO-style rear fender was properly prepped with the necessary wiring connections and the license plate mount, Jon installed it to the King with ease, tightening down the hardware. Fender swap complete.
13 Jon worked his way to the headlamp assembly and removed the trim ring and unplugged the headlamp removing it from the nacelle. Jon also removed the stock driving lights and the entire bracket as a whole because the new auxiliary lights come with a new bracket that also fit the new bullet-style turn signals Jon ordered up since he wanted to ditch the honeycomb-style front turn signals.
14 Gross! That headlight nacelle just totally puked a bunch of wires! Jon apparently didn’t mind the mess and got to work installing the new bullet-style turn signals and routed the wires back to the connectors. He then plugged the right driving light into its new port, followed by the left driving light.
15 Next, Jon plugged in and installed the new 7-inch LED headlight assembly and tightened down the headlight snap ring.
16 A quick turn of the ignition switch rendered the headlight installation successful. As you can see—and this photo doesn’t do it justice—the LED headlight, LED auxiliary lights, and new bullet turn signals are a nice addition to the blacked-out frontend on Jon’s King.
17 And the overall look of Jon’s bagger is much cleaner and less bulky, which is exactly how Jon likes his women.
18 The clean front fender was a nice choice for Jon’s tastes. He’s definitely digging the less-is-more feel a lot more.
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