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    Default HD Narrow-profile Outer Primary Cover

    Something somebody might like.

    HD $350

    The slimmer design provides shorter riders a straight leg reach to the ground and helps with walking the bike.

    What say you?
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    Looks cool....and only $279.96 with %20 off

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    The black one is listed cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedneckMedic View Post
    The black one is listed cheaper.
    http://www.harley-davidson.com/store...04-25700438--1

    $270 for the black (prior to any discounts)
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    If they had a part with an inspection door I'd hop on it and also go with the Baker chain adjuster at the same time.

    But I don't if it will work with the AIM lockup clutch I got with my 107.
    Last edited by Kosher; 02-03-2015 at 09:43 AM.
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    Clutch Wiz will give that extra bite on the clutch plates with reduced lever tension, clear the slim primary and cost less
    http://clutchwiz.com/contact.htm

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    Less lever tension is a definite in my future. Actually not just the tension but the reach. Need to help my left hand out as much a I can from the bones having been broken and all.

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    I think Kosher's AIM Lockup is more clutch tension without more lever tension
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    I think Kosher's AIM Lockup is more clutch tension without more lever tension
    Thats correct, in fact its marketed as easier than stock, tho I dont think it is. Its not harder, but I dont think its easier either
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    I did the clutch wiz with heavy spring. No clutch slip and a little less effort on the lever. road all last season without a need to adjust the clutch.

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