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I need a crash bar for my 2002 fatboy will any softail one work ???

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I really can't answer that question. Go to this site and check the # for a 2002 bar and compare it to other year models. http://www.customchrome.com/dcm/cc/view.asp?ccataloghm.html

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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