When I purchased my '10 Dyna Street Bob I knew that I wanted to do a few things to it, and setting it up with two stoppers up front was job one. As I was rolling my new bike out of the dealership, a Dyna Fat Bob caught my eye. It was there I spied the needed parts for my single-to-dual conversion. Knowing then that all of the parts could be easily had from my local H-D dealer, I accosted the guy at the parts counter and quizzed him about just what parts were needed. After some searching, we figured out that I needed a set of 49mm dual-disc lowers legs ($300), a right-side caliper ($185), a larger bore master cylinder ($112), a new brake line ($75), and a matching rotor ($225).
What makes this such an easy conversion is that all of these items can be attained at your local H-D dealer, and the parts have been proven to work since they have already been on thousands of bikes. Follow along as we show y'all how to double your braking fortune for about $900.
Los Angeles Harley-Davidson