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    2013 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Custom - FLTRX Accessories

    2013 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Custom - FLTRX
    Tire Size:
    Front: 130/70-18, Rear: 180/65-16
    Spark Plug:
    DCPR7E
    Battery:
    YIX30L
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    140T
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 32T, Rear: 68T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-171B
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    Christian (Phenix City, AL)

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    I agree with others concerning the need to anchor this item for the best results. Yes, the rubber tips came off and I initially needed my bride to stand on the end to avoid movement of the chock, but all in all a good value and does as it is supposed to for my H-D. My son-in-law liked it so much I bought another for his bike. I really like the fact the chock allows for better use of floor space in the garage.

    Jim (Hallandale, FL)

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    Nelson-Rigg Defender Trike Cover

    This is a good quality cover but in the South Florida sun it does not hold up the way it is expected. The features are great and it does last longer than some of the competitors. I have recommended this cover to many other Trike owners.

    Arlie (TROY, KS)

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    PJ1cleaner

    Used this on a 2011 Polaris Ranger 800 HD with cloth doors. Sprayed this on them, let sit and wiped off. Cleaned really good.

    Brad (Surrey, BC)

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    Mr

    Finally a chain lube that works like one would think. Great coverage and also you know where it is applied. No second guessing this stuff works Very happy.

    Stan (Stanton, CA)

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    Too Snug

    The quality of the cover is very nice. However it is listed as being able to fit an ST1300P which it will but is an extremely tight fit. Someone obviously didn't account for the extra on bike. I.E. Added crash bars, siren speaker and ticket box on sides of bike. If you have a standard ST1300 I'm sure it would fit well.

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