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    2008 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic - FLHTCU Frame/Swingarm

    2008 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic - FLHTCU
    Tire Size:
    Front: MT90B-16, Rear: MU85B-16
    Spark Plug:
    DCPR7E
    Battery:
    YIX30L
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    137T
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 32T, Rear: 66T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-171B
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    Lindby Custom Front Multibar Each bar is made from a single piece of 1-1/4" tubing Available with triple chrome-plated or black powder-coat finishes Patent-pending design with built-in b
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    Performance Machine 1" Extended Kickstand Forged steel construction Chrome finished Directly replaces OEM kickstand Features machined Performance Machine logo For Touring models with 21" and 23" fron
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    Kuryakyn Ergo Plus Engine Guard Combining a stylish engine guard with built-in highway pegs, the Ergo Plus Engine Guard brings innovative design to the limits. Use the highway pegs folded in or flip t
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    Show Chrome Motorcycle Kickstand DiskHelps stabilize ground under kickstand to prevent bike from tipping over. Made of aluminum and measures 5 inches across. Convenient hole in disk to allow string to
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    Trailer Hitch from Kuryakyn Striking good looks and full function Fits whether or not your bike has saddlebag light bars Heavy-duty steel construction with reinforced hitch plate Incl

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    Howard (Currituck , NC)

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    Linbar Highway Bar

    Holes on the bar were off about an 1/8" of an inch where it bolts to the frame which made it tough to install without another set of hands. Great finish on the bar and looks great on the bike.

    Chris (Indianapolis, IN)

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    perfect fit

    These bars look great and mount right up. Took me all of 15 minutes to install. Had to relocate the horn, but no biggie. Piece of cake.

    Jim S. (Dayton, OH)

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    Good looking bars... but...

    Had more than a little trouble with fitment. Seems the holes drilled for mounting this item to my Sportster weren't quite correct. Had to augment the device by elongating several of the holes so that the bolts would line up with the frame.

    Art (Roseville, CA)

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    Honda Aero

    Installed on my '09 Honda 750 Aero. Had the same small issue as other reviewers. Brackets out of alignment, possibly due to handling in shipment. A few vigorous taps with a hammer and they fit snugly. Look great and fit well even with the Cobra floorboards. Preferred the shape and style to the similarly priced Cobra Bar.

    Chris (Hartman, AR, AR)

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    Didn't work for my 2007 Heritage

    Got the bar, loved the way it looked, fit up as far as matching hole layouts etc, and fasteners were all good. The bar hit the air deflectors that attach to the side of my forks. I took those off but it still hit the signal lights. It had a spacer between the upper frame mount and the bar and I removed it but it didn't make a difference, the bar still hit the turn signals and I couldn't move them far enough out of the way. The lower mounts that bolt to the frame were way longer, (maybe 1-1/2" - than the H-D bar that was on it), which brought the whole bar farther forward toward the fender/fork area. I'm going to go back to H-D for the bar. I considered the Cobra bar but I didn't want to pay return postage twice if it didn't fit. My bike is a 2007 Heritage Softail.

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