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    2001 Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider - FXDL Battery Accessories

    2001 Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider - FXDL
    Tire Size:
    Front: 100/90-19, Rear: MT90-16
    Spark Plug:
    DCPR7E
    Battery:
    YTX20L-BS
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    133T
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 32T, Rear: 70T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-171B
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    Drag Specialties Battery Cables Increase starter performance by supplying maximum battery current to the starter motor 4-gauge cable manufactured with pure electrolytic-grade, 36-gauge tinn
    Drag Specialties Battery Pad 1/8" low-density neoprene with pressure sensitive, removable liner on one side that exposes the adhesive for contact Pad is oversized so it can be trimmed into

    Latest Reviews

    John (Smithville, WV)

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    Recommend

    510 cold cranking amps is most questionable.

    Seemed like a good battery, but wouldn't crank my 100 cubic inch VTwin even with the compression releases. Sorry, cannot recommend.

    Arthur (Amityville, NY)

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    Yuasa Battery

    If you're looking for a battery with great starting power, then this is the battery that I highly recommend. Also it was very easy to install in my motorcycle. The output on this battery has a high performance range, which all us bikers want, knowing that we can be confident in having a good battery.

    Stephen (Marion, IN)

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    Recommend

    A completely worthless battery

    A total loss. The sides of the battery ballooned out after one (1) week in the bike. It would no longer hold a charge is why I took off the side panel to check it. Not happy.

    James (Kearny, NJ)

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    Recommend

    Great Battery, but installation a little tricky.

    I love this battery, it turns over my Suzuki 1400 Intruder in 20 degree weather. The only problem is the posts are those strange square posts with the rectangular nuts, while the Intruder should have side posts. It is a bit of a knuckle buster getting it installed, but worth it once you are done.

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