Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat boy
im trying to figure out the easiest and safest way to change my rear fender....im am replacing with a new stock one...the original was scratched...
Here's my 2 cents... you need to remove the seat, saddlebags, disconnect battery, dsconnect the wiring harness, remove the signal lamps and the hardware securing the fender. There are torque values u need to know when installing the new one. This is all in the service manual for your model. I would go to the dealer and get one, you want all the specs correct and thats the only way to get em
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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if its not jacked up and has factory stock wheels on it and going to stay that way keep the stock ratio in the rear end its not the rear end that makes it go faster its the motor then trans then rear end so why besides to do something to it ok put a blower on it spend the money where its going to count and look good doing it
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