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    Where do you buy your bits from? I’m getting lost in the accessories world, is there a go-to website?

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    For me eBay and Amazon with the exception of the stage 1 which was done at the dealership

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    Have a look at Aliexpress UK and banggood UK too. They both stock lots of aftermarket custom parts for Harley-Davidson's at very reasonable prices.

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    Still in love with it Mr Leeds - seriously trying to find the funds for the ape bars, saddlebag & front fairings...

    Edit: Also, where did you get the side mounting number plate? I love the look but the one that i have been looking at seem to have the light etc (i assume for MOT?)

    Thanks!
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    Senior Member Leeds883's Avatar
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    Thank you. The front lowet fairing was £30, the upper £2₩, the saddle bags £20 and the apes were £60. The apes were a pain due to having to extend the front ABS line. The stock line is one piece so to extend it, an upper line, lower line and a replacement distribution block was required

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    Did you fit all this stuff yourself?

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    Senior Member Leeds883's Avatar
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    Yeah did a fair bit of research first

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    Is your clutch cable hanging free? Is it secured it seems to just be hanging or is that just me? Do you have a picture from the rear I am trying to gauge what the plate looks like!

    Thanks in advance!

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    Senior Member Leeds883's Avatar
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    Yes it is hanging free at the minute. I had to unclip it from the frame to allow the taller bars to be fitted. An extended cable is on the to do list. I've had a look and I don't seem to have a picture from the rear, I'll take one the next chance I get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olza23 View Post
    Is your clutch cable hanging free? Is it secured it seems to just be hanging or is that just me? Do you have a picture from the rear I am trying to gauge what the plate looks like!

    Thanks in advance!
    I saw this too, but mine came with the clutch cable hanging too far out for my liking, whether it was supposed to be like that from the factory or not, so I re-routed it inside the forks and it looks much tidier and is less dangerous in my opinion.

    Regarding the low side plate holder, I put one on my Rocker C, but I found walking into it frequently was very painful, caused much bruising and cuts and was detrimental to the coolness of walking around my Rocker C. so it came off very quickly. just my opinion and experiences.

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