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2007 - Harley-davidson Dyna Super Glide on mail.2040motos

US $4,000.00
YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:11869 ColorColor: Red

Forbes Road, Pennsylvania, United States

Forbes Road, Pennsylvania, United States
2007 - Harley-davidson Dyna Super Glide, US $4,000.00, image 1

Harley-Davidson Dyna photos

2007 - Harley-davidson Dyna Super Glide, US $4,000.00, image 2

Harley-Davidson Dyna description

Awesome Super Glide with tons of extras in this bike. Well over 6k. Makes a Stock Super Glide look naked... I'm sure I will miss something's but here is a summary. Stage 1 kit installed with Harley Power tuner ,set up and dyno tested by HD...VH Pipes,one size up wider rear tire,tires have limited miles left on them so if anything it will need tires at some point, Garmin Zumo or HD Garmin GPS mount only ( GPS NOT included), Deluxe side saddle bags ( these are over 1K alone), Rear passenger grips,quick detach sissy bar and luggage rack,Blinker relocating kits. Switch blade foot pegs,new pegs,Forward controls installed correctly by HD. HD seat, Battery tender system installed, Grips and clutch and shift levers replaced. Fender emblems,Deluxe shift control rod, bar backs and riser with Hd caps, HD front fender logo top and bottom. Axle nut covers front and back. Sprocket cover. Oil cooler chrome cover. Tank bra, Luggage sack for sissy bar / luggage rack etc. License plate relocating kit. quick detach windshield with HD bag. Have most take off parts and they go with bike.

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