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1997 Harley-Davidson Softail Custom - FXSTC Charging Systems

1997 Harley-Davidson Softail Custom - FXSTC
Tire Size:
Front: MH90-21, Rear: MT90-16
Spark Plug:
BPR5ES-11
Battery:
YTX20L-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
130T
Stock Gearing:
Front: 32T, Rear: 65T
Oil Filter:
KN-170
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Accel 32 AMP Charging System Heavy-duty rotors with magnets that are enclosed in stainless steel A super thick hub and splines eliminate cracks Precision wound stator Includes a reg
Cycle Electric Inc. Alternator Kit Kits include stator, rotor, voltage regulator and mounting hardware Available with a black Cycle Electric rectifying regulator A special low voltage kit is availa
Drag Specialties Alternator Rotor Feature encapsulated magnets in a reinforced steel shell Heavy-duty rotor features a .476" reinforced center thickness OEM rotors have a .222" center thi

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John (Oak Patk, IL)

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Hadlebar clamp cracked

I had this on my bike for less than a week and the handlebar clamp craked in two. I have 1" dia bars and I had just tightened enough to keep it from moving, four days later the clamp was broken.

Kiernan (Seattle, WA)

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Didn't fit my bike!

I bought this Iphone/USB charger for my Triumph Tiger 800. After receiving it, turns out it's the typical car sized cigarette lighter charger thats NOT fitted for my smaller motorcycle outlet. Luckily I managed to use it in my car for a camping trip and charge 2 devices while driving. So, the product works great, FOR A CAR. But if you need this for your bike and you have the smaller outlet, it won't fit. Still on the hunt for the one the one that will.

Rob (Stephentown, NY)

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Bandit 1250

Did not expect to be so audible. The supplied switch is cheap, separated in my hand when pressed electrical connector onto it. I'll use it when driving through the country roads but is a little annoying to listen to in stop and go traffic.

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