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2005 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom - XL1200C Wheels

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All Balls Wheel Bearing Kit All Balls Bearings and Seals are known for high quality for a reasonable price. Precision high-speed bearings manufactured to ABEC3 standards Chevron SR1-2 grease with hi
Drag Specialties 16" Chrome Rim Start with the best 16" Chrome Rim for your ultimate custom wheel build. This 40-hole rim has been designed to accept most lace styles so you can get the visual effec
Drag Specialties 40-Spoke Custom Rim Install more chrome on your Harley Davidson cruiser motorcycle with Drag Specialties 40-Spoke Custom Rim. Has the same styling as the OEM rims and has a high pol
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Rear Axle
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Biker's Choice Rear Axle Chrome finished Axles and hardware must be ordered seperately **Note: Image for reference; axle varies depending on model Click Here for axle hardwa
Drag Specialties Rolled Edge Front Rims Install more chrome on your Harley Davidson cruiser motorcycle with Drag Specialties 40-Spoke Rolled Edge Rims. Has the same styling as the OEM rims and has a

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Chris (Kenmore, ON)

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front axle for 04 road king

Part was shipped and received as promised and the kit comes with all the pieces so you don't have to worry about washers and nuts. Installed easily, I would recommend this product.

Scott (Wauanke, WI)

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Worked well

The biggest hassle was getting the old bearings out. The new ones fit like a champ and are roosting again... Shipping was quick and it was exactly what I ordered.

Kevin (Fredericksburg, VA)

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Great Product

I replaced my original rear fork swingarm with a chrome one and these adjusters cleaned up the rear end look nicely. The only problem was fit. The hole for my axle was too small and I had to grind it out to fit.

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