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    Looks good AL.

    The push button is a nice option, they also have a locking push button that looks just like the stock key lock, but the center acts as a push button to open.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    Looks good AL.

    The push button is a nice option, they also have a locking push button that looks just like the stock key lock, but the center acts as a push button to open.
    Yup, I have that one gas. Although I did just purchase the one Al has. The one thAt looks like a lock is kind of a pain in the ass with gloves on and such. The one Al has is also on the new 2014 street glides and it worked flawlessly. Sooooo, I bought it...
    some people just need a high five.. in the face.... with a chair......

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    Oh, and btw... The powder coated primary looks great.
    some people just need a high five.. in the face.... with a chair......

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    You must put up a thread DB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denimblack View Post
    Oh, and btw... The powder coated primary looks great.
    Cool! Let's see a pic!
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