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    2002 Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 Hugger - XL883HUG Engine

    2002 Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 Hugger - XL883HUG
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    Crane Cams
    Adjustable Chromoly Pushrod Sets
    You save $20.95 (21%)
    Crane Cams Adjustable Chromoly Pushrod Sets Made from aircraft-grade seamless 4130 chromoly heat-treated steel tubing to be lighter and stronger than stock Contain two intake and two exhaust
    S&S Cycle Adjustable Pushrods 7/16" diameter chromoly steel for maximum strength Rocker boxes must be removed for installation Sold in sets of four Made in the U.S.A Click Here for Pushrod Tub
    Catch Tank
    You save $7.80 (15%)
    Kuryakyn Catch Tank Kuryakyn's optional catch tank is available for those who would rather vent to a closed container. Use the catch tank with Kuryakyn's Bluegrass Breather Kit for a good flowing syst
    S&S Cycle Rocker Cover Kit Highest Quality castings Accepts valve springs up to 1.660 O.D. and .710 valve heights Includes Viton O-rings, all necessary hardware and gaskets required for installati

    Latest Reviews

    Dean (Livonia, MI)


    Braided Oil Line Kit for 98 FLSTC

    A little tricky at first to figure out without instructions but after a little tinkering they installed almost flawlessly. Had to machine the oil pump input fitting to fit, hit the side of the pump casing when installing.

    Robert (Cresco, IA)


    Cobra oil dipstick

    Great looking on the bike. Difficult to see oil level on it.

    Davey (South Central, WI)


    Great Deal

    2008 FZ1- Fit perfectly, no 'big glob of glue' on the end holding the magnet in. Nice black finish, we'll see if it holds up. Same exact length as stock. I'm actually kind of excited to see what it pulls out of the oil at the next interval. Cheap insurance, money well spent!

    Peter (Northbrook, IL)


    Waste of money!

    Bought this to make it easier to check the oil. Followed instructions precisely. Problem is the cap is poorly manufactured for an exact fit. The lip that is supposed to catch and lock the cap to the base does not fit. So the cap just sits on top of the base and pops right off as soon as the engine is started. Total waste of time, money and energy. This is the second Kuryakyn product that has been a major disappointment. I am going to consider that before buying anything more from them!

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