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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-02-2012, 08:01 AM Thread Starter
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Ultra Limited to Road King style license plate relocation

Thanks to information I found on several boards, I used the Road King directional bar to relocate my license plate.


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Directional Bar 68742-09
Light Assy 69378-09
Plate Bracket 69380-09BHP
Bumper 60909-09
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-02-2012, 08:09 AM Thread Starter
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Ill also add that the parts from the Harley dealership totaled close to $200, and that was with me reusing my turn signal lights. By searching e-bay with the part number for the bar I got the entire assembly (brand new condition) including new lights for $49 shipped. That was a good find!
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This is what the HDI models look like. A lot of us in good ol Europe would love to have it the other way around, but the license tags are too big in most countries over here.
Personally I don't like the looks of the empty US license tag mounting plate. So I added a Bar & Shield emblem. It is like always: Different strokes for different folks.
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This is just step one of my winter project of making the tour pack removable. After I get the new tour pack bracket on the upper blank plate bracket will be eliminated.


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I see. That is what I was thinking to do with mine. But for me it is too much of a hassle. I had a detachable Tour Pak mounted on my FLHX and I never removed the Tour Pak anyhow. For sure, it will look much better without the blank plate.
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I want to get rid of the clear window on top of the tail light lens. Looking for HD part number 68245-03 lens off a Road King or Street Glide. If anyone has one they want to sell let me know. Thanks

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It would look even better if you take the back bumper off..just sayin....

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It would look even better if you take the back bumper off..just sayin....

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I like the license plate where it is. Traffic and toll cameras cannot see it.

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Got point Roy.. I have yet to get a bill in the mail from the toll road, or bridge.....

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