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Hand controls need to replace handlebar controls, on 2006 Harley Davidson Road King, L.switch housing R.throttle control.assemblies,old control grips off & replace with new.Any input or instructions will be helpful

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Pay Harley to do it. I did it , but would never do it again.

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