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6.5 Speaker Adapter Rings (FLHT/FLTR)
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Looking for that extra thump and mid range definition a 6.5" speaker can offer? Step it up with our AR65 adapter rings. Sold with our NX series speakers and designed to attach directly to the stock 5.25" speaker locations. The AR65's maintain the factory angle that Harley-Davidson designed into their fairings. Rings are compatible with stock or our aftermarket replacement steel mesh grills.
Compatible Bikes
FLHX FLTR FLHT
'06-'13 '98-'13 '98-'13
Key Features
Solid injected molded ABS plastic
Retains correct factory speaker angle
Direct replacement, no cutting or fairing mods required
Sold in pairs
Kit Includes
2 - AR65 Adapter Rings and Spacers
1 - Mounting Hardware Kit
1 - Installation Guide
  • Adapter Rings and Spacers
  • Ring and Spacer Stackup
  • Ring Solo
  • Spacer Solo
Note: Due to the vast choices in aftermarket speakers, we cannot guarantee fitment on all brands and models. To help ensure compatibility, it is recommended that you use a speaker with a maximum "front side" mounting depth of 2.75".

Note: To retain your OE stiffening brackets on Batwing fairings (FLHT/X), use our SSB65 Speaker Adapter Braces.
AR65 Harley-Davidson Applications

These adapter rings are designed to fit OEM Batwing (FLHT/X) and Sharknose (FLTR) inner fairings. Use of the included spacer is only required on Batwing (FLHT/X) fairings.
Street Glide Road Glide Electra Glide
2006-2013 1998-2013 1998-2013
FLHX FLTR, FLTRSE FLHT, FLHTC, FLHTCU, FLHTCSE, FLHTCUSE

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Price: $39.95
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