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Paint and pin stripe for front fender 2003 springer

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A painted fender is still available from Harley. You cannot buy the 2003 striping seperately.

Posted on Nov 26, 2012

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SOURCE: Took front fender off can not get plug clip off wires

I take it you have an FLT..follow that fender wire up the left side of the bike. under your fairing in a plug connection just unplug it and wire and fender comes off. Have no idea how a fork tube and rub paint off a fender. the Flt fender is connected by two bolts on each side tube runs between those bolts and is connected there.

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SOURCE: how do I remove the front fender from my softail

the easiest way is to remove the front wfeel this will give you access to the four bolts that secure the gaurd remove bolts while steadying the gaurd you dont want it falling of when you undo the last bolt

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SOURCE: front fender paint is bubbling and chipping off

Sounds like brake fluid got spilled on it.

Posted on May 17, 2010

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SOURCE: I own a 2001 Harley

Yes. the fender lamp has 2 "studs" protruding through the fender that are secured with nuts. The power wires for the light should go up to and end up behind your fuel tank.

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For a rebound adjustment, jack up your bike.
Be sure the front tire is off the ground.
Once this is done let your springer front end fall either to the left or right. Your springer front end should only bounce back about a inch and then stop.

Most people prefer the "Fall-Away" adjustment.
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Know the everything before you go in. If you know what the warranty covers, and you are there for that and meet the warranty criteria, it will be a lot harder for them to give you the run-around when you go in.

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