Harley sold a kit but it was discontinued several years ago. I has my dealer pull up the parts list from the kit and order the parts individually. Ordering each of the parts, rather than the kit, makes this approach an expensive proposition. In any case, in 2005, all the parts were available through HD.dr dave said:anyone know of a source for the dyna police fxdp floorboards with supports and shift and brake levers?
One thing you need to consider is what you are going to do with the current shift lever that runs through the primary and primary cover. Unlike the old FXRs, this lever is not used by the foot board arrangement. HD sells a chrome "cap" for the end of the shift lever but this approach requires the shift lever be bolted down to the engine. Non destructive removal of the shift lever requires removal of the primary and the plugging of the subsequent hole in the primary. You will also need a "wide-glide" type chain inspection cover - one without the hole. Removing the shift lever results in a much cleaner visual IMO.dr dave said:... just got a list of the complete part numbers that make up the kit (by going to the 03 dyna police catalog and then getting the component numbers that compose the kits) and have just ordered them online from chicagoharley. ....
dr dave said:a gentleman was kind enough to pull out his 03 dyna police catalog and send me a list of the individual parts that are listed as components of the kit, .
Have your dealer pull up the Instructions - J01921, the DYNA Floorboard Kit, Kit Number 50601-01. It has the parts list and installation instructions.dr dave said:....if you get one of the 03 dyna police catalogs, the components are supposedly listed.
From the starting bid and "Buy it Now" prices it is less expensive to put the kit together new from a parts list.JVINESETT said:
Bad link, try again.Starbound said:Here is a link to the instructions for the floor board kit. It has the parts list on it.