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Posted 2/10/2004 4:28 PM (#2242)
Subject: which sidecar?

I am interested in purchasing a Harley Davidson sidecar. I have been told that all cars for a five speed frame will work. I have a 93 FLT UltraClassic any help with this question will be greatly appreciated. How can I tell the difference with the serial number?
Harry Ho
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Posted 2/10/2004 11:46 PM (#2246 - in reply to #2242)
Subject: RE: which sidecar?


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Location: Boise, Idaho
There are two different connection assemblies used. One is for the FLH models and one for the FLT and FLHT. The FLT and FLHT mounts were changed in 1983 to ease installation and for disconnecting the chair for solo operation since they no longer used the adjustable trail triple trees. Some sidecars were also installed on the FXRP (Police) models. The basic sidecars appeared the same but some attachments were different. A Harley dealer or the Motor Company should be able to identify year model by the Serial Number. I believe the FLH cars had the TLE designation.

Edited by Hack'n 2/10/2004 11:54 PM
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