2017 Harley Davidson Street Rod Xg750a on 2040-motos
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You may as well call this a new bike,was purchased in late August 2017 from a dealer....cash,no financing!Rode 302 miles only.Always garage kept and cleaned.All owners manuals,transferrable 2 year warranty from date of original purchase,can buy an addl. extended warranty from your local dealer.Runs,looks,handles great.Do not confuse one's self between this model,and the plain Street750,Street Rod has totally upgraded front & rear suspension for road course action(inverted43mm fork and reservoir rear shocks),and the rake is not so relaxed.Higher ground clearance& seat height,slightly shorter wheelbase,larger front disk, Dry Battery,Larger 48mm Mikuni Fuel Injection ports,higher compression,more HP & Torque,Overall more controllable!
The total package!
Yes,you can get a spanking new one,financed, from a dealer,however,when you factor in the destination charges,prep,finance charges etc,you are looking at a near $14000.00 bike.
Plus,this has been tried and tested for 300 miles and if it were to malfunction,it would have done so by now.Factory warranty would kick in for issues anyhow.
I would like to add a bonus not in the pics...close to $200.00 worth of Front & Rear axle bolt covers,Swingarm bolt covers...all in black,of course...they cover both exposed ends.ALSO,Coolant hose cover...goes on the left side of engine and covers the exposed hose that travels up between the jugs.
This is a great Bike,so,shoot me a FIRM offer...don't be scared,i can either accept,or,counter offer.
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Moto blogTue, 06 May 2014
There’s something about sharing in a popular consciousness. Participating in an activity that is also taking place at the same time all over the world adds a special meaning to the event. Begun in 2008 by the Harley Owners Group as Million Mile Monday and renamed and enlarged in 2012 toHarley-Davidson World Ride, this event simply asks all “friends of Milwaukee” to get on their hogs and ride on June 22–23.Tue, 08 Oct 2013
Harley-Davidson is recalling the 2014 Tri Glide Ultra Classic trike because of a problem with . At the moment, a recall has only been announced by Transport Canada; the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has yet to announce the recall due to the federal government shutdown, but recall notices are already being sent out to dealers in the U.S. According to the Canadian agency, the upper fork stem bracket was machined incorrectly, allowing for more steering angle than intended by the trike’s specifications.Tue, 26 Mar 2013
A new survey conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center finds BMW and Harley-Davidson owners are much more likely to report major problems with their motorcycles than owners of Honda, Kawasaki and Yamaha motorcycles. The survey, which will appear on the April 2013 issue of Consumer Reports, says one in three BMW owners reported experiencing a major problem with their bikes in the last four years. Harley-Davidson owners were slightly better, with one in four reporting serious issues.
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