KENT MAILET bike builder / SAG actor

The following model designations for Harley-Davidson motorcycles are used in this web-site for reference only: EL, FL, FLH, FLHR, FLHRCI, FLHS, FLHT, FLHTC, FLHTC Ultra Classic, FLHTC-I, FLHTCUI, FLHX, FLST, FLSTC, FLSTF, FLSTN, FLSTS, FLSTSC/I, FLT, FLTC, FLTC Ultra Classic, FLTCU, FLTR, FLTRI, FLTRSEI, FX, FXB, FXD, FXDB, FXDC, FXDG, FXDL, FXDS-CON, FXDWG, FXDX, FXDXT, FXE, FXEF, FXLR, FXR, FXRC, FXRD, FXRDG, FXRP, FXRS, FXRS-CON, FXRSE, FXRS-SP, FXRT, FXS, FXSB, FXST, FXSTB, FXSTC, FXSTD, FXSTD-I, FXSTS, FXSTSB, FXWG, GE, K, KH, VROD™, VRSCA, VRSCB, WL, WLA, XL, XL1100, XL1200, XL1200C, XL1200R, XL1200S, XL883, XL883C, XL883R, XLCH, XLCR, XLH, XLH1100, XLH1200, XLH1200, XLH1200S, XLH883, XLR, XLS, XLS, XLT, XLX, XLX, XR1000 and their connection to Harley-Davidson® factory part numbers, as well as any printed matter, are not intended to imply that any of these parts are Harley-Davidson® original equipment. Although the quality of spoke wire wheels and rims listed here exceeds OEM specifications, none of these items are manufactured by Harley-Davidson® Motor Company.
THIS FATBoy went 2 EUROPE a few yrs ago.

contact kent @ 310 704 3516

KENT continues 2 BUILD bikes & hotRODS if UR interested in a restoration
LATEST CHANGES (repaint rear fender / chrome struts)

As " NEW" 100 miles since restoration / enhancements

bike was put on consignment and was disasembled and said 2 B sold.
bike was recovered and a judgement was received
restoration was required and is as new again

17.536 original miles

Keith Black Piston's "9.5 to 1" w/ moly rings
REBUILT 80 cubic inch twin 10 thousand over stock BORE
"Lexus Silver" paint job w/ factory decals
tranny / motor / frame, all matching original numbers
Andrews EV 3 camshaft
adj. push rods
S& S Carb w/ KN air filter
CRANE "High Fire 4" single fire ignition
module,coil & wires
"COMP U Fire" HI-perf chrome starter
Yusaua racing battery
Accel voltage regulator
"Belt Drive Industries" HI-perf clutch , and all primary drive components
chrome front end, forks sheet metal complete
polished rear pulley
braides stainless steel brake lines complete
braides speedo cable
chrome billet forward controls
GMA billet aluminum calipers
internal handle bar wiring
chrome switch covers
molded Front and rear fenders, side mounted license plate w/ tail lites, ,
bullet turmn signals F/R
VDO oil pressure gauge
self canceling turn siginal module
upper & lower chrome belt guard

Bike as it was before changes

Harley Davidson 1990 1st Edition Fatboy FLSTF (Gray Ghost) Only 4400 made Very Collectible

The Fat Boy® enters its twelve year, and time has not worn away a bit of the bike’s impact. This is the kind of style that could only be centered on a Harley-Davidson® V-Twin, in this case the eighty cubic inch Evolution®. The engine gets a chrome and black treatment and shotgun dual exhaust, only adding to its in-your-face character. Up front is a giant chrome headlamp and big FL-style forks. Underneath is fat rubber rolling on solid disc wheels. There are floorboards. Metal fenders, with a style all their own. The Fat Boy. Pound for pound, there is not another motorcycle like it.

Not very many people know the history of a first edition Silver  Fatboy. 
The name is reminiscent of the atomic bombs named "Fatman" and "LittleBoy" that were dropped on 
Nagasaki and Hiroshima. The naming of the bike was not meant to offend, rather, it was done as 
a tribute to a certain period in time. If you notice the Fatboy's gas-tank emblem it somewhat resembles 
a U.S.A.F. wing emblem. The bombs where silver in color and had distinctive yellow rings painted 
on them.  The motorcycle has seven yellow rings painted throughout the bike - one on the ignition 
ring, one on the primary inspection cover, two on the tank, one on the cam cover and two on 
the head covers. You definitely do not want to change the gun metal gray on the tank and 
fenders or frame on this first edition collector.  With little advertising of the purpose 
behind this color scheme, the bike is now a very collectible item, not so much dollar wise, 
but more for what it represents.

FACTOID: On the morning of August 6, 1945, Col Paul W. Tibbets flew the Enola Gay into the future by dropping the world's first atomic bomb on Hiroshima. The bomb he dropped was "LittleBoy".



1901 - In Milwaukee, William Harley, 21, and Arthur Davidson, 20, began experiments on "taking the work out of bicycling." They were soon joined by Arthur's brothers, Walter and William.
1902 - The 1902 prototype was a 10.2ci, (167cc), single with 2.125" X 2.875" bore and stroke with a 5" flywheel. [It would blow your hat off in a good breeze plus the almost 25mph it could attain.]

William S. Harley and Arthur Davidson make available to the public the first production Harley-Davidson® motorcycle.
The company Harley-Davidson was founded. Many changes were made to the engine design before its builders were satisfied. After the new looped frame was finalized, they were ready to begin production.
The first Harley-Davidson motorcycle is manufactured: a 25 cubic inch (410cc) atmospheric-inlet-valve single-cylinder. Only 3 Harley-Davidson motorcycles were made in 1903.

The company Harley-Davidson was founded. Harley and the Davidson brothers create their first motorcycle. Many changes were made to the engine design before its builders were satisfied. After the new looped frame was finalized, they were ready to begin production. The first Harley Davidsons were built: a 25 cubic inch (410cc) atmospheric-inlet-valve single-cylinder.This single cylinder, 3hp, belt drive machine was followed by 2 more that first year, all bought and paid for before completion. The first one was purchased by a fellow named Meyer

1904/1905 - Production began in a shed behind the Davidson family home. The machine was a 30 cubic inch (494cc) single which was later nicknamed: The "Silent Grey Fellow" nickname coincides with the new standard grey color.
Production began in a shed behind the Davidson family home. The machine was a 30 cubic inch (494cc) single Production again totals 3 machines. The machines' conservative colour and quiet muffler earn them the nickname "Silent Gray Fellow".

The first motorcycle catalog is produced by the Company and the nickname "Silent Gray Fellow" is used for the first time.
Harley-Davidson erected its first building at the current Juneau Avenue site in 1906. Catalogs are produced to advertise the new Silent Gray Fellow.

A Davidson uncle, James McLay, finances construction of a new plant on the site that becomes Harley-Davidson®'s permanent location. The Juneau Avenue (then called Chestnut Street) factory adds 5 employees and increases production to 50 motorcycles.

Harley-Davidson incorporated in September 17th 1907. A prototype V-twin motorcycle was built. Although only 150 motorcycles were made this year, 1907 saw the first Harley-Davidson® sold for police duty.

The first motorcycle sold for police duty is delivered to the Detroit, Mich., police dept.
A prototype of the 61ci V-twin wins a hillclimb in Algonquin, Illinois. More factory space is added and 
overall production climbs to 410.

1909 - The trademark 45 degree V-Twin engine, introduced in 1909,
displaced 49.5 cu in and produced seven horsepower. Top speed: 60 mph. 1909 production was truly massive compared to previous years (almost 8 times the 1907 production rate) at 1,149 motorcycles.

The "Bar & Shield" logo is used for the first time, and was trademarked at the U.S. Patent office in 1911
The "F-head" engine was introduced by Harley-Davidson motorcycle and was used until 1929.
After a false start in 1909, the 7hp, 49.5ci, 45-degree V-twin is reintroduced with 
mechanical valves, a new frame and a top speed of 60mph. Belt drive remains standard. 
Production increases 8 fold form 1907 to 1,149 motorcycles.

1912 - First clutch mechanism.
V-twin gets chain drive and a rear wheel clutch. Bill Harley designs the Full-Floating seat 
featuring center post suspension.

1913 - The original 28' x 80' factory had grown to 297,110 square feet. Harley-Davidson began to 
dominate racing events. 1913 production: 12,904 motorcycles.
A new 5hp, 35 cu. in. single is offered with chain or belt drive.The original 28' x 80' 
factory had grown to 297,110 square feet. Harley-Davidson began to dominate racing events. 

Sidecars were made available to Harley-Davidson buyers while clutch and brake pedals were made 
available on F-head singles and twins.
Harley introduces kickstarter and internal expanding rear brake. 9 departmets of the federal government 
are using Harleys, 1,400 for postal deliveries.

Harley-Davidson motorcycles were made available with three speed sliding-gear transmissions 
with final and primary drive on the same side.

1916 - The first issue of "The Enthusiast" publication.

1916 - 1917 - 1918 - After Harley-Davidson motorcycles had proven their military value in 
border skirmishes with Pancho Villa, they were quickly called to duty when the U.S. entered WWI. 
The War Department requests a dozen motor cycles, They arrived in 2 days. A 
second order came 11 days later and it arrives in 33 hours, all fully equipt for war. 
Some 20,000 cycles would see duty before the war's end.

The 37 cubic inch opposed twin cylinder Sport model was introduced

1920 - Harley-Davidson became the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, boasting dealers 
in 67 countries. Harley-Davidson motorcycle development was evolutionary rather than 
revolutionary with side-valve machines replacing inlet-over-exhaust designs in the late 1920s.
production: 28,189 motorcycles.
 1920 production: 28,189 motorcycles. Mass production of cars depresses motorcycle sales.

1921 - In February 1921, on a Fresno, CA., board track, a Harley-Davidson became the first motorcycle 
ever to win a race with an average speed over 100 mph.
The first 74 cubic inch V-twin engine is introduced on the JD and FD models.
Production now drops to 10,000 machines.

1922 - 74" Twin engine debuts.
The motor comes out developing 18 horsepower. Advertized as the Superpowered 
Twin, it was designed for sidecar or tandem riding..

1925 - The debut of the teardrop gas tank.

1928 Front wheel brakes were introduced dramatically improving the safety and handling of 
Harley-Davidson's cycles.Production increases to over 22;000 motorcycles.
The first Harley-Davidson twin cam engine was made available on the JD series motorcycles. 

1929 The second generation of Davidsons, and a Harley, join the firm. After the stock market 
crash of October 1929, Harley-Davidson sales suffered with everyone else's in the industry. 
This year saw the introduction of the first 45 ci (750cc) side-valve V-twin WL and the twin 
cam 1200cc twin "D" series. These used the same frame as the singles, which was made possible 
by mounting the generator perpendicular to the engine. Early Forty-fives lacked the power of 
their competition, the Indian Scout.

The 45 cubic inch-driven, three-wheeled Servi-car was introduced

1932 - The 45ci Servicar model was introduced. Cost $450

1933 Depression deepens; Milwaukee cuts back to two-day work week to avoid lay-offs. 
Production drops to 3,700 vehicles.

1935 Harley racer Joe Petrali wins every national dirt track race of the year.

1936 Harley-Davidson wasted no time building momentum out of the depression, they introduce its 
EL model, featuring the 61 ci (1000cc) overhead valve engine, also known as the "Knucklehead." 
This engine, termed the "61 OHV" in factory literature and called the Sixty-one in every day 
circles was a mid-season 1936 model. This, in the opinion of many, is the motorcycle that 
saved Harley-Davidson. At that time, for the first time, a major American motorcycle company 
was building a big motorcycle with overhead valves (this coming shortly after the major 
engineering difficulties of the 1929 Forty-five and the 1930 Seventy-four.
Also introduced this year was the 80ci side valve twin engine.
Despite the depression Harley-Davidson produced almost 10000 motorcycles in 1936.

The first WL models were produced.
William A. Davidson dies.
Joe Petrali rides Knucklehead to new speed record of 136 mph at Daytona.

The Jack Pine Gypsies Motorcycle Club held the first Black Hills Rally in Sturgis, S.D.

1940 The 750cc, 74ci and 80ci engines get aluminum heads. The 74ci OHV FL model is readied for release.

1941 - Civilian production ceases at year end as U.S. enters WWII. Almost immediately 
after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, Harley-Davidson's entire motorcycle output was 
produced for Allied use. By the end of World War II, 90,000 WLA army-version motorcycles 
had been built and shipped.
The FL series began.
 A shaft-drive, opposed twin, model XA, was developed for desert warfare, only 1000 made.

Harley-Davidson produced the XA 750, (a motorcycle with horizontally opposed cylinders and 
shaft drive), designed for desert use for the military. Only 1,011 XA's were built.
Walter Davidson dies at age 65.

1943 William Harley dies at age 66

Harley-Davidson introduced the 45 cubic inch flathead WR racing motorcycle.

1947 - Full civilian production resumes with updated '41 models. The 74ci Overhead Valve 
big twin engine was introduced. First appearance of zippered black leather jacket.

New features were added to the 61 and 74 overhead valve engines, including 
aluminum heads and hydraulic lifters along with a one piece, chrome plated rocker 
covers shaped like cake pans - thus the "Panhead" began... 
1948 production: 31,163 motorcycles.
1948 The 125cc two-stroke Hummer is introduced. 

1949 - The Hydra-Glide debuts.
Hydraulic front forks first appeared on the new Hydra-Glide models on FL 

1950 Arthur Davidson dies at age 69, He and his wife are killed in a tragic automobile accident, leaving the motor company to be controled by the second generation.

The side-valve K model was introduced would eventually evolve into the Sportster.
The K model, a 750cc side-valve V-twin, replaces the venerable WL. Unit construction gears, 
hand clutch and foot shift making the racing KR an instant success.

1953 - Harley-Davidson celebrates its 50th anniversary while its oldest and closest competitor, 
Indian, went out of business, leaving Harley-Davidson as the sole survivor in a once overcrowded 
American motorcycle marketplace. Harley-Davidson expanded its line to include two-stroke engines 
and even a scooter. 1953 production: 14,050 motorcycles.
The 125cc grows to 165cc.

1954 The K model becomes the 55ci KH; forerunner to the Sportster.
1956 Elvis Presley buys a red and white KH model.

The Sportster® premiered
The KH gets overhead valves and becomes the XL Sportster.

1958 - The Duo Glide (based on the earlier Hydra-Glide model) was introduced, featuring a hydraulic 
rear shock suspension to go with the hydraulically dampened front fork. Also in 1958, Carroll 
Resweber won the first of four consecutive AMA Grand National Championships.

1959 - XLCH Sportster.

1960 Harley-Davidson buys Italian manufacturer Aeronautica Macchi S.P.A.. Italian-built lightweights are sold in 
America under the Harley-Davidson name. Some Italian model included the Shortster and Sprint models.
The "Topper", a fiberglass a now famous motor scooter,  The Topper featured a pull-cord starting 
mechanism not unlike that of a lawn-mower.

1963 When it became apparent that fiberglass was becoming a versatile material for golf cars and 
motorcycles, Harley-Davidson purchased and converted a fiberglass boat company in Tomahawk, Wis. 
William "Willie G" Davidson, joins the Motor Company as director of styling.

The three-wheeled Servi-Car became the first Harley-Davidson motorcycle to receive an electric starter.

1965 George Roeder set a world land speed record of 177.225 mph for 250CC motorcycles on a 
modified Harley-Davidson Sprint. Bart Markel, aboard a Harley, won the second of his three 
AMA Grand National Championships. Harley-Davidson became a publicly-held company when it 
issued stock in 1965. which was also the last year of the "Panhead" engine. The Electra-Glide® 
replaced the Duo-Glide and was updated with electric starter. The Electra-Glide 
was the first FL available with electric start. 

1966 - The "Shovelhead" engine was introduced on the Electra-Glide models, replacing the "Panhead".
Production: 36,310 motorcycles. The Sportster gets new cams and carburetor. 
Production: 36,310 motorcycles.

1967 The Sportster gets an electric start.
1968 Cal Rayborn rides KR to victory in Daytona; is the first to average over 100mph.
1969 Rayborn repeats at Daytona. Harley-Davidson® sold to conglomerate American Machine and 
Foundry (AMF). Rodney Gott, AMF's chairman, had been a Harley fan since before World War II.

1970 Rayborn sets world record of 265 mph at Bonneville in Sportster-powered streamliner. KR replaced by XR750.

Harley-Davidson introduced the FX 1200 Super Glide, considered the first true factory custom. This was also the first year of Harley-Davidson 
snowmobile production.
Joe Smith, riding a drag bike powered by a single Harley-Davidson motor, was the first to break 
the nine-second barrier in motorcycle drag racing. Introduction of the FX 1200 SuperGlide, 
designed by Willie G.,considered the first true factory custom. AMF logo added to gas tanks 
Evel Knievel jumps to fame.

1972 The 1000 cc XLH/XLCH Sportster models were introduced. First disc brakes on a production Harley-Davidson cycle (ElectraGlide).

1973 Assembly operations move from Milwaukee to AMF plant in York, Pennsylvania.

1974- Chassis manufacturing and final assembly operations moves to a plant in York, Pa. 
Engine and transmission operations remained in Milwaukee, along with the corporate headquarters. 

1975 Production: 75,403
1977 Willie G. presents XLCR Cafe Racer & FXS Low Rider, a version of SuperGlide.

1976/78 - Continuing the Harley-Davidson tradition of racing dominance, Jay "Springer" Springsteen won the AMA Grand National Championship in 1976, 1977 and 1978.

1977 - FXS 1200 Low Rider and FLHS.

1978 Continuing the Harley-Davidson tradition of racing dominance, Jay "Springer" Springsteen 
won the AMA Grand National Championship in 1976, 1977 and 1978. Harley-Davidson sells the 
Italian operation (the old Aermacchi company) and the sales of Italian motorcycles with the 
Harley-Davidson name was halted. ElectraGlide grows to 1340cc. H-D celebrates 75th anniversary.
the Anniversary models debuts.
FLH 80 Electra-Glide debuts.
First electronic ignition on a Harley.

1979 - FXS 80 Low Rider debuts.
1980 - The 80 cu in FLT Tour Glide, (the predecessor to today's Harley-Davidson touring motorcycles)
with five-speed transmission, with a rubber-isolated drive train with an engine and 
five-speed transmission that were hard bolted together, oil bath enclosed rear chain.
FXWG WideGlide (another factory custom) along with the belt drive FXB Sturgis.
The Kevlar belt began replacing the chain as the final drive.

1981 H-D managers, led by AMF executive, Vaughan Beals, purchase Harley-Davidson® from AMF for 
$75 million in a leveraged buy-out and developed new models and a new image. With improved 
manufacturing and quality process, many of the old flaws of the HD design were resolved.
Harley-Davidson once again becomes a privately owned company. With improved manufacturing and quality process, many of the 
old flaws of the HD design were resolved. A new image was forming.

1982 FXR Super Glide II gets a rubber mounted engine and 5-speed transmission.
1983 President Reagan imposed additional tariffs on the import of Japanese motorcycles, 
improving Harley-Davidson's ability to compete against high-quality foreign manufacturers. 
Harley Owners Group® (HOG) inaugurated. The XR1000 Sportster rolls out.

1983 - The Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) is established.

Harley-Davidson unveiled the 1340cc V²® Evolution® engine while introducing the Softail® mode linel.
The Introduction of the "Evolution" engine debuts. The first head-turning FX Softail models and Air 
Assisted Anti-Drive. 

1986 - By offering common stock and subordinated notes, Harley-Davidson once again 
becomes a publicly owned corporation. Harley-Davidson released the FL Heritage Softail® model line.
The Sportster® motorcycle line received the Evolution 883cc V-twin engine.
The latter sparks industry-wide retro-look styling for a decade. Company goes public with 2 
million shares of common stock. H-D acquires Holiday Rambler, a luxury motorhome manufacturer.

1987 - In an unprecedented move, Harley-Davidson petitions the ITC for early termination of the 
five year tariff imposed in 1983.
Harley-Davidson was listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
30th Anniversary 1100cc Sportster. Electra Glide Sport, Heritage Softail Classic and 
Low Rider Custom are unveiled. 

1989 - Spartanburg, SC Chapter # 4813 is Chartered!

1988 - Patented "Springer" front-end returns. with the FXSTS Springer® Softail®. The Sportster 1200 
was also introduced in 1988
H-D's 85th Anniversary celebration raises $600,000 for Muscular Dystrophy Association.

The FLSTF Fat Boy® motorcycle line was introduced.
The FLSTF Fat Boy is another Willie G. instant success story. The new Dyna Glide series is launched 
with a Sturgis model to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Black Hills Classic in Sturgis, 
South Dakota. Attendance at this wildly popular rally exceeds 250,000.

1991 - All Harleys change to five speed transmission.
The "Dyna" line of motorcycles was introduced with the 1991 FXDB Dyna Glide Sturgis®.
Chapters reach 650 worldwide. Daytona Bike Week turns 50.

Harley-Davidson buys a minority interest in the Buell Motorcycle Company.
All Harleys adopt a belt drive.

1993 - "90th Anniversary" homecoming.
To celebrate their 90th Anniversary, Harley pulls out the stops on Limited Edition models; 
Sportster, Low Rider, Wide-, Electra-, and Tour-Glides. Milwaukee hosts a huge birthday 
bash and 100,000 plus loyal Harley riders converge on the city for a weekend.

1995 - The FLHR Road King® motorcycle line was introduced. The 30th Anniversary Ultra Classic® 
Electra Glide® became the first production Harley-Davidson motorcycle to include sequential 
port electronic fuel injection that's an instant hit.

1996 Harley-Davidson® sells Holiday Rambler and begins construction of a new distribution facility in Milwaukee for Parts and Accessories. Ridden by Chris Carr, the VR1000 finishes a very respectable 10th place at the Daytona 200.

1998 - Harley-Davidson's "95th anniversary" homecoming.
Harley-Davidson® unveils plans for the new twin cam 88ci V-twin

1999 - New Twin Cam 88 cu. in. motor introduced.
All 1999 model year big twins received the new Twin Cam 88 engine.
in the rubber mounted frame styles

2000 Softails get the new updated Twin Cam TC88 with internal counterbalancers vibration supressor. Sportsters 
get new updates  to the engine cases. Disc brakes change to dual piston calipers.
2000 - New Twin Cam 88B with . The Softail Duece makes its debut. New stiffer softail frame introduced.

The FXSTD Softail® Deuce™ motorcycle line was introduced.

"From a Dream . . . . . . to a Legacy"


[1903 -1929 *The F-Head]
1903 ----------- First Single (25”, 1906-27”, 1909-30”, 1929-30.5”)
1909 ----------- First V-Twin - 50”
1912 - 1921 ---61” E, F, J
1919 - 1923 ---37” Horizontal W Sport Twin
1920 - 1929 ---74” JD (1930-36 = V, 1937-48 = U)
1926 - 1935 ---21” A, B & OHV AA, BB

[1930 - 1974 *The Flathead engine]
1932 - 1937 ---45” R
1932 - 1974 ---Servicar
1935 - 1937 ---80” VL

[1936 - 1947 *The Knucklehead engine]
1936 - 1952 ---61” OHV EL
1937 - 1942 ---80” UL
1937 - 1951 ---45” WL
1941 - 1947 ---74” FL
1942 - 1945 ---45” WLA Army, XA 750cc Army

[1948 - 1965 *The Panhead engine]
1948 ---------74” FL Pan
1949 - 1957 74” Hydra Glide
1952 ---------45” K
1954 ---------55” KH
1957 - 1971 55” XL Sportster
1958 - 1963 FL Duo Glide
1965 - 1970 FL Electra Glide

[1966 - 1984 *The Shovelhead Engine]
1970 - 1971 - XR750 (1972-80 = Aluminum, 1981- ? engines only)
1971 - 1980 - FLH1200
1971 - 1972 - FX1200 Super Glide
1972 - 1976 - XLH, XLCH 1000cc
1972 --------- Shortster
1974 - 1980 - FXE 1200
1977 -----------FLHS
1977 - 1979 - XLT
1977 - 1978 - XLCR, FXS Low Rider
1978 ----------FLH80
1979 ----------FLH80 Classic, FXS 80, FXEF1200, Fat Bob
1980 ----------FXWG Wide Glide
1980 - 1982 - FLT Tour Glide, FLHS, XLS, FXEF80, FXB Sturgis
1981 - 1986 - FLT Classic
1982 - 1985 - XLS Roadster
1982 ----------XLHA, XLSA
1982 - 1983 -FXR, FXRS Super Glide II, FXSB Belt, FXRT Tour Glide
1983 ----------FXDG Disc Glide
1983 - on-----FLHT, FLHTC

[1984 - present *The Evolution Engine] (First years)
1984 ----------FXST
1984 ----------FXRDG - only year
1986 ----------FXR - re-introduced, FLST Heritage Softail
1987 ----------FXLR Low Rider Custom
1988 ----------FXSTS Springer Softail
1990 ----------FLSTF Fat Boy
1991 ----------FXDB Dyna Glide Sturgis
1992 ----------FXDB Daytona Dyna Glide - only year
1992 ----------FXDC Super Glide Dyna Custom
1993 ----------FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide, FXDL Dyna Low Rider
1995 ----------FXSTSB Bad Boy, FLHR Road King 

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