Thanks - exactly the information I was hoping to hear.nochrome said:SeaDog, my bike is an 01 and the fender is new from harley purchased in May 05. It bolts on with no mods. the wiring harness is plenty long enough and your existing tail light flips over to be mounted on. With that said though you will have to buy the chrome mounting plate for your tail light. All plugs are the same. The one thing I did not like was when HD went to a wider tire in 02 or 03 they bent in the small channel in the underside of the fender to make room without having to reconstruct a new fender. this seems to have weekend the fender in terms of its stiffness. You can twist the fender now by hand. Not a big deal but just one of those things I noticed. Also you will have a rubber channel with 3m tape that will be used to hold your wiring up inside the fender. I liked the older fenders with the hangers spot welded on. You will need to take the connector off the end to slip the harness through (do not cut the wires, they pull out/unlock if you know what your doing then lock back in when you done). Easy job with no problems.
How do you like the sound?The_Snowman said:With the SE 16 Gauge Double Barrel Exhaust fitted
rkt,rkt88403 said:How do you like the sound?
Yes, I have done this and it is a bit mickey mouse, the stem is hollow and I broke one; didn't even tighten it that much! But, I have the 1 piece sissy bar, which is great by the way, so this was the only way to fit the mounts. Also, very fiddly with cutting & splicing the wires because they run inside the stem. Some pictures, excuse the grime, bin riden :xhere:johneb48 said:Anybody have done the relocation kits for directional light relocation and the docking kit for quick release sissy bar setup on your Softail> How does it look (the directional signals relocated)--does it look like a hodge podge setup or does it look like a quality setup?
Nads, what bars are those? And how tall are you?nads said:Finally got my christmas present on the bike. I love these bars compared to stock. Right where my hands are supposed to be.