I just talked a buddy into buying a Dyna C. Great bikes and you can usually get them for a good price because most Harley n00bs are all wanting to pose it on a Soft Tail.Hello, I finally made it HD ownership after 30+ years of riding. Now the learning curve begins as I hope to gain insight on the mechanicals of my new-to-me 1995 FXDS-C Dyna Convertible.
Those year Dynas kinda have a history of eating up the front rubber isolator in the motor mount. I know several people with them and all have had to chage theirs out. If yours is not rotted/worn through you might consider buying one before you need it....coz you probably will need it.Yes, that was part of the allure; well kept and under 11K miles. I've only found two small hidden spots where the finish isn't up to snuff and I'll that fixed in a jiffy. I'm hoping to get the motor mounts sorted out and new tire on the front so I can enjoy the rest of the summer.
Hello, I finally made it HD ownership after 30+ years of riding. Now the learning curve begins as I hope to gain insight on the mechanicals of my new-to-me 1995 FXDS-C Dyna Convertible. Please forgive the newbie questions.
Here she is:
Congratulations on your new bike!!! Once you go Harley-Davidson, you don't go back!!