ABS Composite Versus Fiberglass. Savings…

“Cyril. I’ve got a new process where I’m able to reproduce some of my components in ABS composite. See images of my Harley Dyna chin fairing for 2006 and up models, including the popular ‘Switchback’ and ‘FatBob’ models. With this new process I’m able to reproduce these parts at a significantly lower price than I can when doing them in hand-laid fiberglass.

Here’s an example: The fiberglass version of my Dyna chin fairing sells for $169.95 – Now in this ABS composite version I sell these for $99.95 including shipping to any of the lower 48 states, and pro-rated shipping worldwide. This price includes the hardware and mounting bracket .  The fairing can be installed with a couple of allen wrenches in 15 minutes or less with the provided mounting bracket. These new ABS chin fairings are a nice Heavy Gauge at a full 1/4 inch thick, at the thinnest point, unlike most comparable parts coming in from overseas. These are 100% American Made here at my shop in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

I’m currently working on a 1/4 fairing for the dual-headlight FatBob model which will be reproduced using the ABS composite material. I’ll send you images and information on that when it becomes available in a few weeks.” Doug Wozney.” Dougz Custom.

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3 Responses to “ABS Composite Versus Fiberglass. Savings…”


  1. 1 Steelchoppin Nov 13th, 2012 at 7:32 pm

    Nice product! I want one! Hey Doug…answer the damn phone!-LOL

  2. 2 Doug Wozney Nov 13th, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    Steel, I’m busy makin’ em and working out the details on the FatBob 1/4 fairing 😉 Leave a message if I don’t answer – I promise I’ll call you back within an hour. Thanks!

  3. 3 aaron Nov 15th, 2012 at 4:57 am

    1/4 inch? is that solid or is there some air bubbles in there? what’s the total weight? it sounds like unnecessary heft to me, but what do i know?

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