Learn how easy it is to install a 21″ front wheel on any late model (1996 & newer) Harley Davidson Bagger. We show you every step that should take you about 30 minutes for the complete installation.
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Located in Austin, Tx, Hill Country Custom Cycles is a Harley Davidson handlebar expert that has been in business since 2002. Through years of sales of Plug and Play™ kits and custom Harley handlebar fabrication, we’ve come know the potential frustrations of installing new handlebars for your ride. With this video we hope to bring you some DIY confidence and save you time and money.
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This video is intended for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for hiring a professional mechanic if you are not skilled or do not have the tools to perform the maintenance procedures shown. Due to factors and variables beyond the control of HCCC, HCCC cannot guarantee that the information provided is applicable to your situation or that it is complete as to all steps that should be performed. HCCC assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. HCCC recommends safe practices when working with tools, equipment, or chemicals seen or implied in this video. HCCC recommends following procedures of the maintenance manual specific to the motorcycle and that only those qualified by prior experience perform the work shown. NO INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS VIDEO SHALL CREATE ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY PARTICULAR RESULT. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from use of the tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not HCCC.