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Set of 2 Brass "V-Twin" Wings for Harley Davidson 4" Wide
Set of 2 Brass "V-Twin" Wings for Harley Davidson 4" Wide
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON ORIGINAL V-WING 3 PIECE COLLECTION '99 - 'LATER TOURING MODELS
HARLEY-DAVIDSON ORIGINAL V-WING 3 PIECE COLLECTION '99 - 'LATER TOURING MODELS
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Harley Davidson rear fender tip, V-Wing, 59334-97, New
Harley Davidson rear fender tip, V-Wing, 59334-97, New
   $31.95
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New 12 v Chrome Classic Nostalgic Harley Horn with Wings 1942-1957 ON SALE NOW
New 12 v Chrome Classic Nostalgic Harley Horn with Wings 1942-1957 ON SALE NOW
   $34.95
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Harley-Davidson® V-Wing Collection Fuel Cap Medallion - Multi-fit
Harley-Davidson® V-Wing Collection Fuel Cap Medallion - Multi-fit
   $22.50
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99+ HARLEY HD ROADKING ROADGLIDE TIMER TIMING COVER CAP CHROME V WING 32665-99
99+ HARLEY HD ROADKING ROADGLIDE TIMER TIMING COVER CAP CHROME V WING 32665-99
   $25.00
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Harley Davidson low v wing derby cover sportster hugger XL 1200 883  25389-97
Harley Davidson low v wing derby cover sportster hugger XL 1200 883 25389-97
   $72.95
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HARLEY DAVIDSON NIB NOS V-WING SHORT STEM MIRROR, RIGHT  91934-97
HARLEY DAVIDSON NIB NOS V-WING SHORT STEM MIRROR, RIGHT 91934-97
   $19.95
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HARLEY DAVIDSON WILLIE G SKULL WINGS MEDALLION BADGE EMBLEM V ROS SPORTSTER MISC
HARLEY DAVIDSON WILLIE G SKULL WINGS MEDALLION BADGE EMBLEM V ROS SPORTSTER MISC
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Harley Davidson V-Wing Short Stem Mirror, Right Side
Harley Davidson V-Wing Short Stem Mirror, Right Side
   $25.00
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V-TWIN LEFT-HAND CHROME LAZER WING MIRROR HARLEY SOFTAIL SPORTSTER DYNA
V-TWIN LEFT-HAND CHROME LAZER WING MIRROR HARLEY SOFTAIL SPORTSTER DYNA
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Harley Davidson V-Wing Timer Cover Multi-Fit
Harley Davidson V-Wing Timer Cover Multi-Fit
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NOS OEM Harley V-Wing Trans End Cover Kit New EVO TC88 34780-99
NOS OEM Harley V-Wing Trans End Cover Kit New EVO TC88 34780-99
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V-T Petcock Wing Type Zinc for Harley-Davidsons
V-T Petcock Wing Type Zinc for Harley-Davidsons
   $22.50
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 HARLEY DAVIDSON CHROME  V-WING TRANS  END COVER H-D PART # 34780-98
HARLEY DAVIDSON CHROME V-WING TRANS END COVER H-D PART # 34780-98
   $69.77
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Harley-Davidson Obsolete "V-Wing" Rear Brake Caliper Insert. P/N 99674-97
Harley-Davidson Obsolete "V-Wing" Rear Brake Caliper Insert. P/N 99674-97
   $9.95
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Harley-Davidson® V-Rod "Skull with Wings" Logo Detachable Touring Windshield
Harley-Davidson® V-Rod "Skull with Wings" Logo Detachable Touring Windshield
   $215.00
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34780-98 Harley-Davidson Multi-Fit V-Wing Transmission End Cover Kit
34780-98 Harley-Davidson Multi-Fit V-Wing Transmission End Cover Kit
   $20.30
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 Harley-Davidson,V WING CALIPER INSERT,P/N#99673-97.#
Harley-Davidson,V WING CALIPER INSERT,P/N#99673-97.#
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HARLEY DAVIDSON V - WING RIGHT MIRROR
HARLEY DAVIDSON V - WING RIGHT MIRROR
   $19.99
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Kuryakyn Swing Wing Footpegs Male Mount Chrome Harley VRSCF V-Rod Muscle 10-14
Kuryakyn Swing Wing Footpegs Male Mount Chrome Harley VRSCF V-Rod Muscle 10-14
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Motorcycle lift, do you have/use one?

jbl*ze said: I'm considering on buying a motorcycle lift, do any of you guys have one? I seen the cheaper ones for like 100 bucks that just supports the bottom of the bike but I was concerned about the stability of it. I was wanting the one with the bed and is a hydraulic lift but I don't know if I have enough room for that. Please leave some of your feedback of what you have about how you feel about it.

S*B said: The Handy Industries lift is pretty much all you need. Super stable, easy to get the bike high in the air, and easy to load/unload. I would highly recommend getting one if you're serious about working on your bike. It really promotes general upkeep of the bike too since it makes it so easy to work on at chest level. http://www.gunsmoke.com/motorcycling/reviews/lift/images/lift_side.jpg

*r10r said: I have Woodcraft front and rear stands, they work great and you can take them or store them anywhere. If your set on a lift then thats a different story, but the stands are great for nearly any maintenance.

*lder Guy said: Pep Boys has a real nice lift for around $200 - $300.

L*wdog78 said: I bought a cheap lift with a foot pump for about $200 at a tool store. I got exactly what I paid for I guess. There are no tie down points on it and the front wheel "pinch" mechanism is a piece of crap. Also found that the lift is not long enough to put a bike using a rearstand which was my whole idea in getting one! Only thing I have been able to use it for is a scooter..lol My own fault I guess.. should have done more research. I just assumed when it was called "motorcycle lift" that a motorcycle would actually fit on it :headshake

n*njamaster6-10 said: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Heavy-Duty-All-Purpose-Motorcycle-Lift-Station_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trkparmsZ72Q3a1171Q7c66Q3a2Q7c65Q3a12Q7c39Q3a1Q7c240Q3a1318Q7c301Q3a0Q7c293Q3a1Q7c294Q3a50QQ_trksidZp3286Q2ec0Q2em14QQhashZitem270343545911QQitemZ270343545911QQptZMotorsQ5fAutomotiveQ5fTools I got one like this a few years ago.Love mine and you can get a rear stand on the rear.

CP10R said: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Heavy-Duty-All-Purpose-Motorcycle-Lift-Station_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trkparmsZ72Q3a1171Q7c66Q3a2Q7c65Q3a12Q7c39Q3a1Q7c240Q3a1318Q7c301Q3a0Q7c293Q3a1Q7c294Q3a50QQ_trksidZp3286Q2ec0Q2em14QQhashZitem270343545911QQitemZ270343545911QQptZMotorsQ5fAutomotiveQ5fTools I got one like this a few years ago.Love mine and you can get a rear stand on the rear. because that lift is hydrolic there is no need for a pump or anything right? its all self contained like a floor jack?

n*njamaster6-10 said: Yep.yakes a few pumps but does the job:thumbsup:

r*ssell said: i own this one http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00950190000P i had my bike up on it for a while when I was getting my wheels powdercoated. you have to strap it down with normal ratcheted straps, but it comes loose no matter what so you have to tighten it about once everyday. my bike fell over one night while i was gone. part of the lift shanked my frame and took some paint off and put a nice dent in it, also destroyed my fairing.

n*njamaster6-10 said: i own this one http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00950190000P i had my bike up on it for a while when I was getting my wheels powdercoated. you have to strap it down with normal ratcheted straps, but it comes loose no matter what so you have to tighten it about once everyday. my bike fell over one night while i was gone. part of the lift shanked my frame and took some paint off and put a nice dent in it, also destroyed my fairing. I've got one of those too,I'm going to make some brackets so I can use it on the sportbikes.Like ones that go into the swingarm pivot and then maybe up to the frame sliders.:idea:

b*bba611 said: I use the one SAB uses,best one you can buy--you get what you pay for.

k*booki said: http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k292/ravenrider55/car078.jpg I bought this at a travel show for 230 bucks. Granted it takes a few pumps of the leg, but it works. Front vice for the wheel, and about 6 different wholes drilled in the platform for tie downs. The rear ramp is easily removed.

n*njamaster6-10 said: http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k292/ravenrider55/car078.jpg I bought this at a travel show for 230 bucks. Granted it takes a few pumps of the leg, but it works. Front vice for the wheel, and about 6 different wholes drilled in the platform for tie downs. The rear ramp is easily removed. Same one I have:thumbsup::+1:

ly*dbraun said: I think this is the stand to have LOL ive never seen one like this before, anyone ever seen this one?? and how good is it?? its made in south Africa and cost $$$$ heres the link to it. http://www.titebike.com/sa/p/War_Eagle_Motorcycle_Stand.htm

Dr*gone said: I am using the Derek Weaver XLT model with good success. http://www.derekweaver.com/update/Pro-Cycle_XLT_Motorcycle_Lifts_Product.aspx?id=6

sl*dgehammer said: Bit bull