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Looking for more than just a wheel? Coastal Moto has wheel packages that provide the whole kit and caboodle. Shown here is the Titan DS available by itself or as a package, which includes front and rear wheel, matching rotor(s), choice of mounted and balanced Avon or Metzeler tires, wheel spacers if applicable, pulley (for some models), and free shipping. Wheel packages are available for Harley-Davidson Softail, Dyna, V-Rod, and Touring models.
Acme Choppers, located in Laconia, New Hampshire, has just released its new Loop Tail frame for big twins. Available in a variety of geometry, motor, and transmission configurations, the Loop Tail frame comes with a polished aluminum oil tank, an integrated battery tray with CNC-machined billet alloy brackets, and stainless steel hardware.
We've heard some bagger riders still complaining of "rear steer" on '09-10 Touring models. True-Track just launched a new unit for the '09-10 Touring models to aid in lateral movement in the rear of the bike. Made from billet aluminum, True-Track claims its product can be installed in 30 to 40 minutes, which is well worth the time to feel secure on your bike.
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Open primary drives are cool. Maybe it's because there's the ability to see the mechanics of one working in front of your very eyes, but whatever the case, they're still around for a reason. Exile Cycles has released a new 3-inch open belt primary for five- and six-speed Twin Cam applications. The kit includes the pulleys, belt, diaphragm clutch, starter ring-gear, starter/bearing support plate, and front pulley cover.
If motorcycle history and cool vintage photos of bikers back in the day interest you then Living the Life is a must-have for your collection. Spanning a 30-year period, the photography in this limited edition hardcover book is filled with incredible portraits, candids, and much more of real-deal bikers living it up. Photographed entirely by Doug Barber, aka Q-Ball, with accompanying poetry by Eddie "Sorez" Pliska aka Sorez the Scribe, Living the Life is a fantastic trip down biker memory lane.