Customizing Your Harley-Davidson Dyna With A Little Help From Fred Kodlin

New from fellow German Custom Builder Fred Kodlin, a series of new sleek and dark parts for Dyna models, including the raw looking “Street Bob”.

Wide tire rear tire still being popular with the Harley crowd, Fred designed this smooth lines 240 mm fender with integrated fender struts (delivered in raw finish). It’s a bolt-on piece on your stock frame and will work well for both a retro or performance look, the distinction of style coming from other custom parts on your bike. And of course there is a matching 240 mm swingarm kit fitting all Harley Dyna from 2006 and up, the Street Bob model , and all those wheels with 25 mm axle. Doesn’t  require any offset and you can keep your stock Harley belt guard.

Notice that the passenger foot pegs mounts belong to this the swingarm. Delivered with with 3D designed belt tensioners. Fred Kodlin also released this specific Street Bob model fiberglass has tank dash with integrated mount for a digital speedo (to replace OEM stock and indicator lights.)

Kodlin also proposes 2 new black billet air cleaners (models Thriller And Mesh). Air cleaners fit all carbureted  and fuel injected Twin Cam Big Twins. Billet base plate includes hidden breather holes at the upper left and right head mounting ports. Available in black, chrome and flat gold. Provided with a washable and re-usable with stainless steel mesh filter. Hardware included. All parts available from Fred Kodlin Motorcycles. Info at: Tel: +49 (0)5682 7071-0

5 Responses to “Customizing Your Harley-Davidson Dyna With A Little Help From Fred Kodlin”

  1. 1 cwglide Apr 12th, 2010 at 3:06 pm

    NICE! to see some accessories for Dyna’s. Espeically the Street Bob. Well done Fred!!

  2. 2 Mike Apr 12th, 2010 at 6:28 pm

    It’s really great to see new sheet metal for 06-10 Dynas and that’s a keen design from Fred… But $680 feels excessive nowadays for a chopped rear fender. Just sayin’.

  3. 3 raaaaaa Apr 13th, 2010 at 3:52 am

    those strutless fender at the ugliest things I have ever seen…that goes for all strutless fenders

  4. 4 raaaaaa Apr 17th, 2010 at 11:27 pm

    the dash piece is nice, the digital speedo that goes there is made my motogadget real nice piece..

  5. 5 raaaaaa Apr 17th, 2010 at 11:32 pm

    it sucks that he is copying roland sands parts

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