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1986 Harley-Davidson FXRD

$4,250.00

Grafton, Ohio

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Here is your chance to own a 1986 Harley Davidson FXRD. 1 of 1,000! Only 17,100 Original Miles on it! The bike is SOLD AS IS. What you see is what you get. The bike isnot perfect considering it is 29 years old but it is in very good shape and is a running bike. There is some chrome pitting around the bike as well as some chromeflaking. As far as I know the Paint is original and is in good shape. I was told this bike is all original except the seat and tow hitch. You can be the judge of thatas I am no FXRD expert. You can email me with any questions : Abigail.Isabella5@outlook.com

1986 Harley Davidson FXRD

$11,800.00

Salem, New Hampshire

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1986 harley Davidson FXRD Grand Touring. This is a one year only bike one of only one thousand made. This bike is all stock with 27000 original miles. It is a very rare collectable that runs like new and is in show room condition. This motorcycle is for the Harley-Davidson enthusiast who wants a truly superb riding motorcycle. . Qualified buyers may be eligible for Financing and Nationwide Shipping.

1986 Harley Davidson FXRD

$11,800.00

Salem, New Hampshire

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1986 harley Davidson FXRD Grand Touring. This is a one year only bike one of only one thousand made. This bike is all stock with 27000 original miles. It is a very rare collectable that runs like new and is in show room condition. This motorcycle is for the Harley-Davidson enthusiast who wants a truly superb riding motorcycle. . Qualified buyers may be eligible for Financing and Nationwide Shipping.

1986 Harley-Davidson FXRD LOWRIDER

$5,995.00

Decatur, Illinois

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Originally FXRD Touring converted to Lowrider, custom flames, slash cut pipes, forward controls custom wheels, braided wiring, beach bars, chrome front end, 4 speed, chrome brakes, chrome primary, chrome swingarm, EVO motor

1986 Harley-Davidson FXRD LOWRIDER

$5,995.00

Decatur, Illinois

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Originally FXRD Touring converted to Lowrider, custom flames, slash cut pipes, forward controls custom wheels, braided wiring, beach bars, chrome front end, 4 speed, chrome brakes, chrome primary, chrome swingarm, EVO motor

1986 Harley-Davidson FXRD LOWRIDER

$5,995.00

Decatur, Illinois

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Originally FXRD Touring converted to Lowrider, custom flames, slash cut pipes, forward controls custom wheels, braided wiring, beach bars, chrome front end, 4 speed, chrome brakes, chrome primary, chrome swingarm, EVO motor

1986 Harley Davidson FXRD Grand Touring

$11,800.00

Salem, New Hampshire

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1986 harley Davidson FXRD Grand Touring This is a one year only bike, one of only one thousand made. This bike is all stock with 27,000 original miles. It is a very rare collectable that runs like new and is in show room condition. This motorcycle is for the Harley-Davidson enthusiast who wants a truly superb riding motorcycle. Qualified buyers may be eligible for Financing and Nationwide Shipping. MAKE: Harley Davidson MODEL: FXRD

1986 Harley Davidson FXRD Grand Touring

$11,800.00

Salem, New Hampshire

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1986 harley Davidson FXRD Grand Touring This is a one year only bike, one of only one thousand made. This bike is all stock with 27,000 original miles. It is a very rare collectable that runs like new and is in show room condition. This motorcycle is for the Harley-Davidson enthusiast who wants a truly superb riding motorcycle. Qualified buyers may be eligible for Financing and Nationwide Shipping. MAKE: Harley Davidson MODEL: FXRD

1986 Harley Davidson FXRD Grand Touring

$11,800.00

Salem, New Hampshire

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1986 harley Davidson FXRD Grand Touring This is a one year only bike, one of only one thousand made. This bike is all stock with 27,000 original miles. It is a very rare collectable that runs like new and is in show room condition. This motorcycle is for the Harley-Davidson enthusiast who wants a truly superb riding motorcycle. Qualified buyers may be eligible for Financing and Nationwide Shipping. MAKE: Harley Davidson MODEL: FXRD

Harley-Davidson : FXR 1984 harley fxrt fxr chain drive 1340 with spare fxrd fairing lowers bags forks

$14,999.00

Spencer, Massachusetts

Year 1984

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Model FXR

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I purchased this bike two years ago after looking for an original fxrT for over a year and a half. The most local REAL Touring model I found was in New Jersey. I am in Massachusetts. I bought the bike from a 73 year old guy that told me he had bought it from a Harley dealer in 1985. I understand that it has a few thousand miles on it at that time. The previous owner was very particular and definitely the kind of guy that I like to buy bikes from. We spent hours talking on the phone before I drove down there.1984Original RedEVO 1340 motor5 SpeedEnclosed chain driveOriginal Air suspensionI bought it with approx 48k on it and have put on about 6k since.I was told something about lead additives of the time. He had a concern that whomever rode the bike before COULD have used them and was convinced that putting stainless steel valves in the bike was a good idea. He had the dealer do that shortly after he got it. It doesn't look like this motor was every touched, but after 30 years it would be tough to tell what happened in 1885.The motor has not been touched since.The bike is all stock (even exhausts) other than the stainless valves, a little newer CV carb (done by previous owner a long time ago) and a newer front brake caliper upgrade.Bike runs GREATI put new Metzeler ME880 tires on it about 3000 miles ago.I have changed the oils including the enclosed chain drive oil.Has guage pods and tape deck am/fm. The radio doesn't come in as I don't have an antenna on the bike. It would otherwise.I have an original owners manual and I believe a full service manual.The only spots where I have every seen a leak was out of the enclosed chain drive when it got cold last winter, and I have seen the line going to the oil pressure sending unit connection weep. That would be a very easy fix as its a compression fitting to a small plastic hose.I just put a genuine Harley Davidson battery in it this summer. I had left the key on and killed the other.I have had no issues with this bike other than not being able to make more time to ride it. I have been putting together a parts lot that I intended to use to do some upgrades/updates to the bike…I planned to make it a little sportier while keeping somewhat original looks. If you want to keep the bike stock, you could sell these parts for considerable money as FXRT and FXRD items have been pulling a premium if/when you an find them. The following parts will go with the bike.I haad purchased a pair of NEW OLD STOCK Harley Lower Fairings for this bike… Yes, I was surprised to even find them. I ran them in the cooler months. They are still the original black that they came in. They didn't look too bad with the red so I kept them that way.I have a FXRD Grand Touring fairing in blue. Its in nice shape and has a different layout for stereo and speakers. This would be easy to sell as I have been hounded for it before.I have the original trunk. The previous owner said the hinges had issues and he removed it.I have a spare left and right clamshell saddlebag. Not original to this bike and non matching color. I believe they have the chrome guards on them.I purchased a 39mm fork of the appropriate FXRT length that has mounts to run double discs. This is a normal oil fork and would eliminate the air suspension that is on there now. This sucker was hard to fid at the right length. I believe its a inch longer than a traditional FXR.I have newer 4 piston calipers and adapter brackets to mount good double disc brakes on the newer front end. Oe is currently mounted on the bike's original front end.The original front brake caliper.Spare guage pods that are in good shape. These would be nice to replace the ones on there that have some cracking.I have an 18 inch matching 9 spoke mag rear wheel.Highway pegsI have been meaning to post the bike for a while here and will add more details as I think of them and will do better with pictures of all this stuff.

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1986 Harley-Davidson FXR GRAND TOURING EDITION

$11,200.00

Clinton, Kentucky

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This is a 1986 Harley Davidson fxrd grand touring edition very rare Harley. Only made a couple hundred of these in this black an blue pin stripe. The black in the sun light has a blue metallic in it. The bike has 53,000 miles. Just went on a 1700 mile trip. Didnt miss a beat. The 80 Cubic inch evo engine is tough. If you know about fxr's you will appreciate this bike. There the best of Harley's. I have more pictures if interested. An please only serious inquires. Asking $ 11200. My cell is 270 254 6380 if you have any question ask. Thanks Cody.

Harley-Davidson : FXR 1986 harley davidson fxr many new parts

$5,500.00

Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Year 1986

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Model FXR

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1986 Harley Davidson FXRD Brand new tires, Ness side covers, leather seat, paint matched visor, battery, Arlen Ness grips, oil change, wires, carb work, and plugs. Lowered front and back with late model 39mm front end. A lot of time and money was put into this bike. Front brake has a leak that is keeping it from working and the primary leaks a bit as well. These are the main issues. Otherwise a good solid bike that's very comfortable and a lot of fun to ride, I've been riding it daily. Located in Steamboat Springs Colorado about 2.5 hours west of Denver. I can make shipping arrangements from here to Denver for the right buyer. Bike is sold as-is where-is. Ask any important questions before buying. Good bike but it is old and is not perfect. Scratches, leaks, nothing major just not a new or perfect bike but a rider. Buyer arranges and pays for all shipping. Thank you

2012 Yamaha V Star 950

$10,900.00

Racine, Wisconsin

Year 1999

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Model Fxr 2

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1999 FXR 2 'Stone Cold Blue' (only 276 in this color unlike the 600+ in 'Arresting Red') and with 4,100 miles. This is the MoCo's first CVO motorcycle that it produced. Each of these motorcycles has been completely put together by a team of two Harley technicians, from start to finish at the factory and NOT using the assembly line approach like the rest of the models. This heralded Harley's new Custom Vehicle Operation division which defines the term 'factory custom' and still continues on strong today some 17 years later. Around $8k in chrome added onto each bike from a standard FXR (1994 was the last year of the FXR model run, until the 1999 FXR 2's came out) is what they used to say when these first hit the streets. In addition to all the factory original CVO items that are on the bike, this one has had most all of it's fasteners changed over to smooth, chromed cap head fasteners. Also added is a small H/D smoked windscreen. Nicer than new at $10,900 ... NOT the $22 - $23k you would have had to put down when originally sold. Truly a collector motorcycle, these CVO FXR's will continue to be more and more desirable as time marches on and the numbers decrease. In the opinion of many you will be riding the best motorcycle the MoCo has ever built! Having had the highly regarded Eric Buell as the the lead engineer on the FXR's, it's easy to see why these are still so sought after all these years later. Buell continues to make some real mind blowing high-performance motorcycles and is highly respected for his engineering genius. The FXR line lends much credibility to the saying 'they don't make 'em like they used to'. Dynas? ... Fuggedaboutit!!! Not interested in trades. Cash or wire transfer only. fxr, fxrc, fxlr, fxrs. fxr-sp, fxr2, fxr 3, fxr3, fxr 4, fxr4, fxrt, fxrp, fxrd, rubber glide, rubber mount, super glide, low rider, sport, convertible, custom, factory, stock, unmolested, like new

Harley-Davidson : Softail 2002 harley davidson fxsts softail springer hot rod chopper bobber custom

$9,500.00

Silex, Missouri

Year 2002

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She’s CLEAN, She’s FAST, She will get you ATTENTION, but she will not let you down. Bike description; 2002 FXSTS Harley –Davidson Softail Springer with 22,673mi. This bike retains all factory reliability with a custom look. Engine, Trans, drivetrain are all original and never been split. Currently set up with foot clutch/hand shift (jockey), components easily changed back to stock and are included with sale. Frame and front end have never been touched (chopped) and the sale includes enough spare parts to start a second bike or return this one to her former glory. Single family owned since 2002, reliable, reliable, reliable, get on it and go anywhere!! NO LEAKS, not one drip ever!! Passes inspection with ease. Asking price based on comps in the market on both e-bay and clist. Price is neg. I have every receipt, document, and instruction for every part ever installed. Elec manual, service manual, op manual, title, and org. sales paperwork. From front to back in her current config; Front 21” chrome laced wheel with SS 40 spoke running no front fender (purse/fork bag is a family heirloom and is not included), Brand new Shiako 90/90-21 front tire, Factory length OEM springer front end with stock risers and pull back drag bars, Streamline design int. throttle with BKC grips and Grip ace hidden controls, OEM Fatbob tank from a 00’ Softail w/ factory gauge and cap, OEM dash/ignition/instrument console (bike retains all factory interface), Paint is professionally done silver/blue faded flames on black base coat and 7 coats of clear (currently has a semi-gloss appearance achieved by knocking down the clear with a gold scotch brite, a way and buff and you would have a full gloss shine, I was going to do a pale orange pinstripe around flames but never got around to it), battery is 3 years old but is always on a tender and stays maintained, Engine is all stock internals 88CI 1450cc that has never been messed with, great idle through entire RPM range and all 5 OEM gears, has a domed ignition cover, Pipes are BuB stubbies with slash cut ends, baffles have been cut to produce desired tone, v-twin rounded “Panhead” floorboards w/ heritage Softail floorboard brackets and OEM master cyl operate front and rear brakes from right foot pedal via proportion valve, all silicone brake fluid, flex lines to front caliper, front and rear calipers are OEM, Clutch is original internals with motion pro cable to la Briola foot clutch assembly and BKS petal/peg, Factory horn has been replaced and relocated with a Buell horn on Exile bracket behind tranny, OEM coil is also on this bracket with custom plug wires and routing (completely trick and hidden), Seat is a barebones Le Pera solo, frame horns are still in place and are supporting custom fender cut to fit with internal struts, quick detach saddle bag hardware is in place and works with the edge ghost brackets and bags, custom fender will also accommodate sissy bar and stock 2-up seat for when you girl wants to go, Rear tire is a continental WWW 140 x 16 and was new last season, brake pads were replaced with OEM pads, V-twin flying V derby and inspection cover, stock primary drive with HD fluid (trans and ENGINE are AMS synthetic), bike is set up as jockey shift with BKC shift knob and lever, lever has hidden switch to operate line lock, line lock is a speedway racing part and hidden just below clutch housing, original clutch and belt final drive to original sprocket with chrome cover, Classy 16” ss laced chrome rear wheel, hand fabbed solo vertical plate/light and taillight bracket utilizing stock swing arm mounting points, 28’ Ford brake/tail light, original starter, Biltwell passenger pegs, and 2” lowering kit. Currently has no rear signals, but have all parts and harness if wanted to install them. Org. parts and HD ACC. 02’ Buckhorn bars, 04’ springer bars (OEM), Engine guard (OEM), Tall sissy bar with chrome side plates (OEM), Large removable sissy pad (OEM), org 2-up seat, rear bobtail fender original paint (OEM), Chrome fender struts (OEM) original including hardware, Front fender and fasteners (OEM) original paint, Fatbob fuel tank (OEM) original paint, Blk dash skirt panel (OEM), Softail Forward controls (OEM) org. including brackets all hardware master cyl., Bar and shield peg set Front and rear (OEM), Front brake lever with perch (OEM) joker machine lever and (OEM) lines, Rear taillight assembly bobtail (plate mount inc.) with 2x chrome plate frames (OEM), Push pull throttle cables for org bars (OEM), org clutch cable (OEM), set spark plug wires for stock coil location (OEM), rear fender splash guard/ ECM mount (OEM), Bar and Shield grip set (OEM), Rear signal housings w/ smoked lens and yellow bulb (OEM) inc. rear harness, Bar and shield shift peg and org. shift lever (OEM), org. Chrome clutch perch and joker machine lever , Blk switches for had controls (OEM) and harness, Spare fuel gauge and gas cap (OEM), your choice of either a chrome bar and shield (pictured) air cleaner cover or org. Springer Softail cover (OEM), Chrome derby and inspection plate covers (OEM) Aftermarket parts; Removable EDGE saddlebags with ghost brackets ($700), Le Pera bare bones solo seat ($200), Gripace hand controls ($300+), Chrome Kariakin switch housings (inc. but not installed), J&P pull back chrome drag bars, Custom Blunt Groove Bare Knuckle choppers (BKC) grips- shift handle- clutch peg, Streamline design Internal throttle ($600), V-twin flying V derby & inspection plate covers, Arlen ness Mini-oval mirrors ($200), Arlen ness big sucker stage 1 w/ K&N filter (carb jetted with pipe intake config by HD service), BuB stubbies with baffles (have chrome shields and hardware)($300), DEI exhaust wrap, Exile horn/coil relocation bracket W/ wire set ($700), 2” lowering kit, custom chrome front signal brackets, This has truly been a great bike, never a letdown, and always gets compliments. The bike has never been laid down, has no rash, current paint is 8/10 and original paint set is 9/10. My wife and I spent our early married years on this bike and has always been & will be cherished. Bigger aspirations forces sale. Unlike most I haven’t left anything out, she needs NOTHING, ride it & enjoy life. Pictures tell the story, clean, custom, hot rod, bobber, chopper, Softail Springer. More projects than time, My friends call me cash!! Trade offers accepted and negotiation expected. Keywords; Panhead Ultra Classic Pontoon Fish and Ski Cummins Powerstroke Pole Barn F-250 F250 F-350 F350 FXRD FXRT FXRP UTV Side by Side Ranger

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Harley-Davidson : FXR 1982 harley davidson fxrs superglide ii firtst year fxrs 80 shovelhead

$3,650.00

Bakersfield, California

Year 1982

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1982 Harley Davidson FXRS Superglide II Firtst year of the FXRS • 1982 Clean title registered as NON OP so no back fees owed80" SHOVELHEADFrame and motor # on titleI have not tried to even start this bike and I do not have the time right now so I am selling this cheapUsed as-is not running condition • I What you see is what you get! located in Bakersfield CA Call for questions (661) 472-2111 HISTORY OF 1982 SUPERGLIDE II In 1982 the ad copy said the new FXR Super Glide II was a Harley-Davidson that would "separate the men from the boys," the implication being that the boys were riding "foreign" motorcycles. The FXR promised to deliver handling to rival sporty bikes from overseas, and the potent performance of an American V-twin. Twenty-eight years later, there are still riders who claim the FXR was the best motorcycle Harley ever built. That notion would be hard to defend, given the advanced engine, chassis, and suspension technology Harley has introduced in just the last decade. But the FXR does represent a moment in Harley history when the company put its talent and energy into creating not just a great Harley-Davidson, but a great motorcycle; a bike less constrained by heritage and the status quo. Keep in mind that the FXR platform would debut in 1981 as an '82 model, just months after the company had completed its buyout from AMF. The FXR represented Harley's commitment to its future. "Around the company the FXR was considered an engineer's bike," recalls Bob LeRoy, who joined the company in 1979, worked as a designer on the FXR team and today is a Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) project manager at Harley. "It had a higher seat height and footpegs to give it more lean angle. And it produced much less vibration to the rider, so it felt more sophisticated. You could go out and have some fun on an FXR, not just cruise around." The FXR was designed around the same 80ci Shovelhead engine and five-speed transmission package that debuted in the all-new '80 FLT Tour Glide, the first modern Harley with a rubber-mounted powertrain. The plan was to turn the Tour Glide platform into a sporty roadster to sell against the Japanese bikes. The Harley engineering team-which included a young road-racer named Erik Buell-quickly determined that the Tour Glide frame was not suited to the mission and instead designed an all-new frame that would hold the powertrain in the same elastomer tri-mounts. The frame had a more triangulated shape than that of the FXE Super Glide, and the rear shocks were set further back on the swingarm. "Instead of heavy castings, the FXR frame had a lot of welded stamped-steel parts," said LeRoy. "This was before the era of robotic welding, so it all had to be assembled by hand. It was expensive and difficult to manufacture." Harley introduced the '82 FXR platform with two models-the FXR Super Glide II had laced wheels, while the FXRS was the same bike with cast wheels and two-tone paint. Both had a 3.8-gallon Fat Bob fuel tank with a console that incorporated the fuel cap and a fuel gauge. A thickly cushioned seat flipped up to reveal the oil tank and battery. The bike came equipped with triple disc brakes and sporty Dunlop tires. The FXR, a "sporty standard," was sold alongside the rigid-mount, four-speed FX "factory custom" models, including the Super Glide, Wide Glide, and Low Rider. Despite the effort to keep it light and nimble, the FXR was actually 2 inches longer and 3 pounds heavier than the FXE Super Glide. But the isolated powertrain and the extra gear, made the FXR feel much more refined. "I recall that the FXR felt more compact than other Big Twins; very similar to large Japanese bikes of the era," said one former FXR owner we know. "The ergonomics were excellent for a shorter rider like myself, and the size and weight seemed very manageable. When my wife wanted to move up from a Sportster, the FXR was really the only Big Twin option she'd consider." The former owner also recalled that the FXR was reputed to be the favored ride of a certain well-known outlaw motorcycle organization who appreciated the performance and handling when it was time to make a quick get-away. It's just another aspect of the FXR legend. Harley immediately began introducing other models on the FXR platform. First and perhaps most notable was the '83 FXRT Sport Glide, a "sport touring" bike equipped with a frame-mounted fairing and hard bags that were originally designed for the Nova, the liquid-cooled V-Four project that was abandoned for lack of funding after the AMF buyout. In fact, the deep scoops on the sides of the FXRT fairing were developed in a wind-tunnel to feed air to the Nova's underseat radiator, according to LeRoy. On the FXRT, they became vents to the rider. The FXRP police model, which also used the Nova-derived fairing, and the slammed FXRS Low Glide appeared in 1984. The FXRC Low Glide Custom appeared for 1985. The FXR platform made the transition to the V2 Evolution engine in 1984, then to beltdrive in 1985. In 1986 the FXR family replaced the original FX platform, as the FXR became the Super Glide. The new FXRD Sport Glide Deluxe came with a trunk. The FXLR Low Rider Custom (1987) had a 21-inch laced front wheel and an aluminum disc rear wheel. In 1988 the FXRS Low Rider was also offered as a Sport model (FXRS-SP) and in special 85th anniversary trim. A Low Rider Convertible was offered in 1990. If you've noticed that the FXR had strayed from its original, sport-standard mission, you are right on. "I think that sales for the original FXR slipped pretty quickly," said LeRoy, "So we kept the volume going by adding models. But by the late '80s the company realized that the FXR was not what the market wanted. Maybe it felt too much like the import competition. That's when we went to work on the Dyna." The mission of the Dyna Glide, according to LeRoy, was to be easier to manufacture than the FXR and to look more like the original FX Super Glide-lower to the ground, more rake to the fork, with the battery box exposed. The Dyna Glide was also the first Harley to be designed completely with Computer Aided Design (CAD). The '91 FXDB Sturgis launched the Dyna Glide platform, and by 1995, various FXD models replaced the last of the FXR variants. The FXR was gone, but not for long. Like an aging veteran brought off the bench, the FXR was back in the game in 1999 when Harley launched its CVO (Custom Vehicle Operations) program with two models, the FXR2, with a 21-inch laced front wheel, and the FXR3, with a 19-inch cast front wheel. CVO was intended to produce exclusive, low-volume custom bikes, and only 900 examples of each of the 1999 models were built. For 2000, CVO assembled a 1,000-unit run of the FXR4, which marked the real end of FXR production. The old story that Harley launched CVO to use up a dusty pile of FXR frames it found in a corner is not true, according to LeRoy. The tooling was on hand, and the bikes could be built for a limited run without disrupting regular production. Since then the reputation of the FXR as "best Harley ever" has stuck, and in the minds of former owners, it's probably the truth.

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