Panhead Style Rocker Boxes For Your Twin-Cam

The Panhead look. Who doesn’t want it? You can keep the comfort of your Twin-Cam bike and add a little bit of Harley nostalgia on your bike. These rocker boxes are a 4-piece set that you can install with hand tools without removing your engine from the frame. Top is in chromed steel with billet aluminum D Rings and of course all necessary hardware is provided. They fit all Twin-Cam Harley-Davidson bikes from 1999 to 2008, and sold for a reasonable price of $649.95 per set. Be a "Pan Man" or close (!) to it. TDC (The Driveline Company).  


23 Responses to “Panhead Style Rocker Boxes For Your Twin-Cam”

  1. 1 Dave Feb 6th, 2008 at 6:21 pm

    I don’t know about these. Seems completely inauthentic to me. If you want vintage, why not sell the Evo and get an old Pan instead.

  2. 2 Scott Feb 7th, 2008 at 9:26 am

    Wow, my shovel will be in vogue again.

  3. 3 Rodent Feb 7th, 2008 at 10:26 am

    How about a kit to make my KawSuzYamHonda look like a Harley? Damn I don’t need one, the Japs make good running imatations. So take your imatation panhead parts and fit them to your knock off Harleys.

  4. 4 madpuppy Feb 7th, 2008 at 11:39 am

    Damn Rodent, don’t you ever have anything nice to say? PS. imitation’s is spelled like this !

  5. 5 James Feb 7th, 2008 at 3:22 pm

    Is Rodent an angry man?. Or just a way to be humorous?

  6. 6 Nicker Feb 7th, 2008 at 3:31 pm

    Listen, Rodent,

    If it’s vintage ya want then why fool with a Pan.
    Go directly to a flatty.
    They only have about 9 moving parts and “any idiot” can keep on running….:-)


  7. 7 toph Feb 8th, 2008 at 6:08 pm

    damn- rough crowd.

    for you genuwhine bikers- if you don’t have a first year pan or earlier you can’t run a springer either i guess?

  8. 8 Dave Feb 11th, 2008 at 10:09 pm

    I want a set of these for my Flintsone Flyer, getting way old school… it’s a Rock Head!

  9. 9 Dave Feb 11th, 2008 at 10:15 pm

    Actually, I do think these look nice when paired with Roland Sands new RSD/Performance Machine retro-theme ignition cover and a nice air cleaner. We all know it isn’t authentic, just a better look than the Evo/Twin Cam stock appearance… and isn’t that the whole idea of custom?

  10. 10 dragon Feb 13th, 2008 at 6:38 am

    think they are priced way to high for just a look

  11. 11 leo Feb 13th, 2008 at 12:50 pm

    whats next? I need a set of twin ca looking covers for my pan

  12. 12 dragon Feb 13th, 2008 at 9:56 pm

    good one leo

  13. 13 wayne Mar 10th, 2008 at 4:31 pm

    j.f.c. people get a’s america free to make our choices

  14. 14 Bob Mar 30th, 2009 at 9:13 am

    I guess I’m screwed……….. I have a 96 Soft Tail and a 80″ motor, like the look, a Knuckel would be better.

  15. 15 HammersChild Apr 14th, 2009 at 11:20 pm

    Got a set on my 95 heritage…………. my wrench said hey man guy ordered’em and did’t pick’em up. you can have them at cost. sure , got em and love em. Now, i think my evo looks like a wannabe in a heritage model. The motror company should have put’em on stock and then there would be no need for that god forsaken “crossbones” thing !

  16. 16 HYS May 19th, 2009 at 3:45 am

    I think they are pretty cool, the look is a classic harley, I will be using them on a twin cam, along with the roland sands cam chest and, goodson are cleaner..on a deluxe FLSTN.
    ported heads/bored to 107, and a simi hot cam, it will look old school, but wont be a pain like a real pan, yes I owned a few…and will move along…uhhh well…

    plus it pisses a few people off….and I love that part.

  17. 17 Tigger Jul 28th, 2009 at 10:58 am

    HYS, good attitude man… some people got too many hang ups with other dudes ride. Each to your own, enjoy and FTW!!!!!!

  18. 18 steve Oct 11th, 2009 at 5:48 pm

    I have a set of these exotic panhead covers and I think that they are bad ass. I have one major problem with them, the damn things lead. I would hope someone has a good idea what gasket material I could use to stop this.

  19. 19 johnny reb Dec 2nd, 2009 at 7:58 pm

    The Panhead Rockers are supposed to leak tha’s what gives it the Authentic Harley look, my 57 always leaked but everone loved the bike. Johnny Reb

  20. 20 Zentiger May 8th, 2010 at 9:05 am

    Not many Panheads overhere in The Netherlands and everybody chases for the same repair parts; looks to me that using Xzotic Panhead covers on my Twin Cam is the best alternative. Any links for pictures of TC’s with Xzotic Pan cam and rockerbox covers known to you ? Would be nice if I could pick those up from this blog. Thanx !!!

  21. 21 Gremlin Feb 20th, 2011 at 8:23 pm

    You know what real p@## me off is people who have any opinion on how someone else’s bike should look. The old rules are you don’t ride another man’s horse and you don’t say anything about another mans women. A bike being both of these. We all have our own opinions. I like them but they are way out to lunch on price. I’ll wait for ebay.

  22. 22 hutch1200 May 21st, 2011 at 6:58 am

    I ordered a set for the CFL that I built. Back when ya could. Fake? Maybe. But I just want to be different like everybody else! (comedy/humor there..or not) I’m all for modern tech in a nostalgic look. Gets the RUBS all in awe of a pan/kicker. You want true “old skool”, lets bring back polio and the draft!

  23. 23 Jerry Jul 27th, 2011 at 12:35 am

    Just wanted to say this. I’m sneakin’ up on “OLD” now. Been piloting bikes since the ’70’s. My first ride was on the gas tank of my dad’s 40’s era Indian back in the 60’s. I was cradled tight in his arms. I can still hear my mother screaming as he rode me back down the street towards home. I was laughing with joy from my new adventure. She’d probably been screaming from the time we left. I Must have been about 4. I still remember it.
    Fast forward a few years into the early ’70’s and I was riding a Hodaka Ace 100. A flat track bike. COOLIO and FAST! Next up in ’74-75 was a Yamaha YZ 80…After that Harleys all the way. XR-750, ’48 Panhead, a few shovels along the way. In ’84 I was riding a highly modified ’76 XLCH. Loved smokin’ rice with that one. ALOT! Fast forward to 2011. I’m building my dream bike…thinking of the great days gone by….all my scooters….how I love to ride. Thinking of all the time I spent in the saddle all these years. Then remembering the off-time. Tearing them down, making it better, fixing this or that….EERRKK!
    Wait a minute! I love riding. Suddenly, that dream ’48 pan doesn’t look as “dreamy”. So I’m checking out the H-D website looking for my new engine…more reliable than the ‘ole ’48… Along comes the Crossbones. I’m checking it out. I dig it! Sure I’d seen the heritage springers….way to shiny and glittery for my personal tastes. But the Crossbones captured it. I went and bought one, a 2009. 1000 miles in the first week is nothing to scoff at folks! And the miles keep stackin’. Now for the touches…

    I FREAKIN’ LOVE THESE ROCKER COVERS! JUST A LITTLE MORE FLAVOR FOR AN AWESOME BIKE. YUP! ONCE AGAIN, I’M WORKIN’ ON MY SCOOTER…..BUT NOW, I’TS NOT BECAUSE I’VE GOT ANOTHER SET OF CRAPPY POINTS..(THANKS ALOT AMF) OR IT JUST WON’T START….OR I’VE GOT TO REBUILD THE CARB…..AGAIN. It’s because I’ve got a reliable bike that runs like a scared rabbit and it’s FUN again! Yup, I’m smokin’ rice again with my big bore kit and my new throttle body and the Barnett dry clutches and my fresh ‘moly frame and other mods….Yep, it’s really fast. Sometimes I can barely hold on to her. And yes, the look of surprise from that so called “superbike” owner when I pull the wheelie off the line and literally smoke past him is soooooo FUNNY! Cubes rule the street! These rocker covers just kick it up a notch. If ya don’t dig ‘um, fine. But as for this old fart with “platinum” blond hair halfway down to my elbows….They RULE!

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