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21" front wheel for 2002 road king classic

Can a 21" wheel bolt straight onto a 2002 FLHRCI or do I need to make adjustments to fender, forks, suspension, etc??

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Goes right in. Except be sure to check front fender light bolt. Had to cut many before.

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