Arlen Ness Big Wheeler 21″ Front Fender

You already know that the front of your Harley-Davidson FLT Bagger will be greatly improved if you switch your wheel to a 21″ x 3.50″.

Of course, it will cost you a new tire and front fender. This one called the “Big Wheeler”is a direct stock replacement fender that you can install on FLT’s on 1987 to 2010 models.

Retail $224.95 At Arlen Ness Online Store.

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9 Responses to “Arlen Ness Big Wheeler 21″ Front Fender”


  1. 1 Yank Nov 12th, 2010 at 11:37 am

    well not entirely true. you don’t have to swap out your front fender for a 21 x 3.5 rim. stock fits.

  2. 2 Rhyde Nov 12th, 2010 at 1:59 pm

    What wheel is that? I like it.

  3. 3 Lyle Nov 12th, 2010 at 3:41 pm

    Plastic ot metal?

  4. 4 Todd8080 Nov 12th, 2010 at 6:13 pm

    So is this the new standard for FLs? One guy puts an FX wheel on his bagger so everyone has to? One guy paints his bike flat black and now it’s a federal law?

    Sheesh, what happened to originality in the custom bike world?

    “Hey, Todd, check out my new old-school bobber.”

    Wait, let me guess. It’s a rigid frame with a flat black Sporty tank, wrapped drag pipes, red wheels and whitewall tires.

    Gee, never saw that before.

    Oh, but I see it has apehangers. The kind of bars not one real bobber in the history of motorcycles ever had, yet every single one built today does. Yeah, that’s real old school.

  5. 5 Ryan Rand Nov 13th, 2010 at 7:54 am

    Todd8080 – You are one pissed off dude, lighten up a little. Somenone changes a part on their bike, you don’t like it, and you spout off like they did you wrong. Whatever happened to ” to each his own ” Apparently Todd’s way is the only way, disagree with Todd and he’ll let you know what;s up.

  6. 6 Ultra Bling Nov 13th, 2010 at 8:52 am

    a 21″ tire fits very well inside a stock Ultra Classic bagger. You just have to take the lower bumper off. It still gives you the “Classic” look.

  7. 7 Todd8080 Nov 13th, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    Ryan: “Whatever happened to ‘to each his own’ ”

    That’s the problem, it’s not “to each his own,” it’s just people all doing the exact same thing en masse like sheep.

    Last decade it was millions of Harley owners all trying to fit the widest rear tire possible, now it’s who can out-black the next guy or who can fit the most impractical front wheel on a bagger.

    And it’s not just individual Harley owners, either. “Custom” bike shops all seem to just copy the latest trends, too. It’s rare to see any originality in the custom bike world these days.

    Original goofy is still goofy but it’s better than copycat goofy.

    PS ~ I’m not pissed off at all, just disappointed that so few can come up with unique ideas. Criticizing unoriginality only upsets the unoriginal.

  8. 8 cwglide Nov 15th, 2010 at 11:50 am

    That is a Battistini wheel Rhyde. 21″ wheel getting to be main streem now it appears. Seems like a slamp dunk to me. Suprised they haven’t released this fender earlier. 21″ wheel does look hot on a street glide doesn’t it.

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