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Old 11-12-2012, 06:22 AM   #124
runnin4melife OP
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The upper nose or "beak" acts as another fender to catch anything the low fender doesn't before it flies upwards. If you remove it and retain the lower fender you may notice an increase of debris flying into your head lights etc... If they are protected it shouldn't be a big deal but if you mount auxiliary lights there which often aren't protected they could take a tremendous beating. If you were to remove the beak I would recommend a full conversion or leaving it stock.
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