The FL prefix is mostly applied to Harley-Davidson's large-framed bikes, including the current Touring series, and also the Softail series, especially those with traditional styling, inch front wheels, and either Springer forks or large-diameter telescopic front forks. The FL was introduced to the Harley-Davidson model line in The FL continued relatively unchanged untilwhen it and the EL were given redesigned " Panhead " engines of the same capacities as before.
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Call for motorcycle restoration and set up a time to come by and see how it works. Restoring a bike may include; stripping down to bare frame, repainting frame and tins, engine and transmission rebuilds, complete rewiring of your classic Harley, chassis and suspension rebuild, incuding springer and hydraulic fork rebuilding, wheels laced with new rims or spokes, and wheel hub rebuilds. Sid has owned, rode and maintained Harley Davidson motorcycles every year since
There were many brand names in the motorcycle industry at that time. American, British, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, and other countries of origin took there place in the market. My taste in motorcycles reflects those times.
The chrome is bright and well cared for as is the paint and frame. If you are chasing a bike that is every bit as vintage but with all modern features then a Duse is the bike for you. Harley Davidson Shovelhead.
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We all know that there are parts that are long obsolete, and still we need them, to keep that trusty old steed going. But guess what: they are no longer available, or only available second hand aka worn outor they cost an arm and a leg. Or better yet, they never existed in the first place, and it was about time someone made them.