Question about Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider Motorcycles
I believe you bike is an FXSB. The Dyna Low Rider didn't come out until 1993 best as I can remember. The difference is the rubber engine mounts. The FXR low rider had the small rubber front mount and the Dyna low rider has the large front engine mount.
On either bike, the wheels were not the same size front and back. Seems like the rear wheel was an 16" and the front was a 19". A phone call to your local Dealer will get you the answer. Or, you could check out http://www.bikez.com/motorcycles/harley-davidson_fxsb_1340_low_rider_1985.php
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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there are 3 different head sizes of rackets. here is an explanation of the different sizes from http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/choosing-a-tennis-racquet.html
Over-sized: Beginners really like the over-sized and even jumbo frames, which offer between 100 and a whopping 140 square inches of strung surface. Such frames give you a larger sweet spot simply because the hitting surface is bigger, and they allow you to hit the ball farther from the heart of the sweet spot and still make a good shot.
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Standard-sized heads: Ranging from 80 to 85 square inches, standard-size heads are now obsolete. They give you a smaller strung surface and sweet spot, making it more difficult to produce crisp, clean shots.
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