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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 05:22 PM Thread Starter
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Rinehart True Duals 50% Off

Found this on another forum and thought some here might be interested:

Rinehart Exhaust True Duals for 09-10 Harley Touring, dresser true duals, dresser pipes, dresser exhaust, harley pipes

Great price if you're looking for Rinehart True Duals....

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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 05:25 PM
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Wow, same deal for 95-08 also.....
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That's a deal. I wonder if folks don't like the X look of the new Rinehart TD's.

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They also have them on ebay....$399.00 plus $54.00 shipping for full true duals. Very tempting.

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That's a deal. I wonder if folks don't like the X look of the new Rinehart TD's.
I know I don't. I doesn't look finished or professional in any way to me.

I am curious as the "under the frame pipe" has come up in another thread as well. What is on the left side of the bike that prevents the pipe from exiting behind the engine like it does on the pre 09's?
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What is on the left side of the bike that prevents the pipe from exiting behind the engine like it does on the pre 09's?
First thing that comes to mind is that if it came from the factory like that they would need to put in another cat.

Second is maybe it would come too close to the fuse box/electrical stuff under the side cover.

I don't know. Just rambling on...

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I know I don't. I doesn't look finished or professional in any way to me.

I am curious as the "under the frame pipe" has come up in another thread as well. What is on the left side of the bike that prevents the pipe from exiting behind the engine like it does on the pre 09's?
It's not that anything is "under the frame", rather the exhaust was changed to get that pipe away from the rider's left leg, and by placing it under the bike, it reduces direct heat exposure to the driver. Some days, I could rest my left leg ON THE PIPE to cool it off, or so it feels.

The other reason was: Because of the addition of the cat, it made sense to keep the pipes low, once coming off the 2-1-2 cat fitting, than to make one go back up again, to go to the left side.

It came with the frame change, and included an oil pan with a cut-out, so the pipe could pass under it. So now, the oil gets heated more, but not the rider...........

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So then would a system like on my 08' fit on an 09' and newer if you wanted it to?

Based on looks alone it would be worth it.


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