Lockhart Phillips Arrow Fasteners

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$29.99

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7 Reviews
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supermoto
grafton ohio
Good

ok bought theses for my windshield but did not know that it did not come with the rubber inserts so i used them for my flaring looks good , good product,,

MooMoo Top 100 Contributor
Bowie, MD
SPIKED OUT

I have gotten tons of compliments on how good these spikes look. The ONLY problem is when my wife pulled into close to the parked bike and scraped up the front side of my truck. The bike never fell and the spikes did a great mad max impersonation of tearing up my front bumper. Needless to say, she does'nt park my truck next to the bike anymore.

JNT09
Arizona
Looks good.

The Arrow Spike looks nice, but I also brought the regular Spiked bolts and they looked better for my 06 gsxr1000 in my opinion. Who knows? Maybe you would like these better, but for me I would save my money and buy just the spiked bolts.

COPRUNNER
NEW JERSEY
" AWESOME SPIKES "

I PUT THESE ON MY HELMET ! THERE WELL MADE & LOOK AWESOME !

YOU SHOULD SEE THE LOOKS I GET !
REALY COOL MOD.
Kenbox
Long Beach, CA
Attention to Detail!

I recently bought a Hotbodies windshield for my 2006 CBR600, and when I installed it, i accidentally broke one of the bolts, so I bought these.

They look absolutely great, you can tighten them easily by hand (actually better than normal bolts because you don't need any tools to keep them snug)

Like everyone else, I get a lot of compliments on them, and they didn't cost very much.

They are a nice touch to add to any bike. I prefer the arrow design as opposed to the straight spikes. The difference is subtle but I like them better.

CONS:
None really... they loosed up a bit over time from vibration (what doesn't?) but since you can tighten them by hand, it's much easier. It gives me something to do at stoplights :-)

Sergeant Top 1000 Contributor
Fort Sill, OK
Very cool love them

I am going with a spiked bike theme and this fit perfectly into my idea. The only problem as mentioned in another review is the small nuts that come with it. It holds the screen but you might want to get a washer to go in front of the bolt just for insurance. Already got several compliments on them and the "where can i get them" questions and i just got them yesterday.

R1Agusta
Boston, MA
Spikes for your screen

I really like these fasteners, they are nicely finished and mean yet elegant at the same time. Instead of the plain stock black fasteners; it gives a finished look to an area that’s usually over looked.
The reason for 4 instead of 5 stars is the unfinished and too small black plastic nuts securing the spikes inside the windscreen. I used anodized nuts with a washer and it looks very nice. I would recommend these highly if you’re looking to stand out without spending a lot.

4 Questions
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Brad
Q: Will these work for a 2014 Kawasaki Ninja 300?
2 years ago
MotoSportExpert
Top 1 Contributor
2 years ago
A: Yes. Use these for windscreen bolts or any fairing screws that use a 6 x 1.0 bolt
killaV740
Q: Will this fit my 97 honda cbr1100xxbb?
Over 3 years ago
MotosportStaff
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: No, these will not fit your 1997 CBR1100XX in stock fashion. These are intended to be used on models with 6mm bolts, which your model used 5mm in 1997.
rickdizz
Q: How many come in a package?
Over 7 years ago
james718
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: 8 per kit.
suzukicrazy
Q: Will these be able to replace a 2007 GSXR 750 fairing bolt?
Over 7 years ago
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: Por+land
A: They should work as long as your fairing bolts are a 6x1 bolt.
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