Who doesn’t like the slammed look of a rigid frame with the rear fender tucked close to the rear tire? Who doesn’t prefer a comfortable ride? The Harley-Davidson Softail family grows in a new direction for 2008 with the introduction of the FXCW Rocker and FXCWC Rocker C 2 Softail models with the hard tail look. These factory customs are developed around an all-new Rockertail rear section that faithfully reproduces the profile of a slammed, hardtail frame but delivers the smooth, comfortable ride of a modern suspension. What Harley calls the “Rockertail Rear End” mounts a broad expanse of rear-fender sheet metal directly to the swing arm, just an inch over a massive 240 mm x 18-inch rear tire. When the Rocker rolls, the rear fender and wheel move together with a 3.4 “ of travel. The solo saddle is just 24.5 inches off the ground. New this year, in contrast to the paint job there is a new Satin Stainless Metallic powdercoat finish on the fork lowers, triple clamps, headlamp, handlebar riser, tank console, swing arm, turn signal housings, hand controls, belt guard, oil tank and engine trim. A very good thing that custom builders always do, the frame is now custom color-matched to the bodywork. Tell me what you think?