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2005 Harley-davidson Touring on 2040-motos

YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:41
Location:

Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States

Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States
2005 Harley-Davidson Touring, image 1

Harley-Davidson Touring photos

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Harley-Davidson Touring description

 2005 Harley Davidson FLHTI  Electra Glide,

Motorcycle Type Touring
Engine Specifications
Displacement (cc): 1450
Cylinders: 2
Engine Stroke: 4
Speeds: 5 Speed
Transmission Specifications
Number of speeds: 5 Speed
Dry Weight (lbs.): 758


The stickers have been taken off and there are some scratches on the front faring from a transport company letting something rub against it. the bike has not been down

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Survey Says Harley-Davidson and BMW Motorcycles Less Reliable Than Japanese – But Owners Don’t Care

Tue, 26 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700

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