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2009 HD FXD Super Glide Ignition Switch

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That ring does not come off. If you loosen it off of the ignition, then it tightens to the hole. If you tighten it to the ignition, then it loosens in the hole. I won't be able to remove it until the entire thing is out.
 
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Exactly! The whole ignition rocks out as if you're turning it to the back of the bike counter clockwise to roll it out. The fork lock is the part that centers it. You can't just pull it out. Watch the fork lock part and rotate it back toward the rear of the bike so the fork lock rocks out then it will com out kinda sideways.
 
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Originally Posted by itsTHATnick
That ring does not come off. If you loosen it off of the ignition, then it tightens to the hole. If you tighten it to the ignition, then it loosens in the hole. I won't be able to remove it until the entire thing is out.
This was a bad choice of words on my part. It needs to be in the loosened position in order to wiggle the ignition switch
 
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So, I have been looking into parts. Since I have to replace the entire mechanism per the insurance, I was considering going with a Wide Glide fork lock and relocating the ignition switch. Does anybody know if the 09 WG Forklock fits in the SG Neck?
 
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So, I have been looking into parts. Since I have to replace the entire mechanism per the insurance, I was considering going with a Wide Glide fork lock and relocating the ignition switch. Does anybody know if the 09 WG Forklock fits in the SG Neck?
I think it will fit. If you look at the differences between the Wide Glide (34* neck) and the rest of the Dyna (29* neck) frames, the switch is located in the same location right next to the neck on both frames. The Wide Glide has extra material to the left of the switch for the extra rake.

I put Wide Glide triple clamps on my Low Rider, locking pin hole on the Wide Glide triple clamp was in the same location as the Low Rider triple clamp.


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Good way to explain it Jimmy.
 


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