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Old 11-19-2018, 11:14 AM
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2004 Road King Police, at Walker's Cafe, Point Fermin CA.


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Same bike, different looks
Old 11-21-2018, 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by damquick1 View Post
I think those are hard bag bars? they look too square to be classic bag guards...
I know this is late, but you are correct. I have since put the correct ones on there.
I also updated my cam tensioner too.
And its currently in storage for the winter
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Its still kind of nice to stop by here now and then and see your posts and all the great RKC's. Happy New Year everyone!!
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Really, really wish I would have kept my 2011 RKC. What was I thinking selling it??

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Default 2000 Road King Classic

I inherited this Road King with 27000 miles on it from my wife's Grandpa. He is 86 years old and decided that his time riding is over so he gave it to me. He added a Power Commander, exhaust, blacked out the front end and a few other little things. I'd like to add LED lights and do new bars that lay down a little more but other than that I don't really want to mess with it. Any thoughts from you experienced guys?

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What a great looking bike and a great gramps! Enjoy the heck out of it! Sure looks like he really took great care of it!
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He did take really good care of it. Funny story, Grandma did not approve of him having a motorcycle so he bought one anyway and kept it in a storage unit for the 19 years that he owned it! lol
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