Arlen Ness Hot Legs And Fork Boots For Harley Bagger Models

They are part of the Arlen Ness DeepCut line, will clean up the front end appearance of all Harley FLT Baggers year 2000 and up.

These hot legs feature tapered billet design with hidden axle. They feature a unique bolt-on caliper mounts that you can easily remove to convert your fork legs to a custom single disc application. (Caliper mount block off plate available separately.)

Offered in chrome or black anodize. MSRP $549.95. Ness fork boot covers (chrome, black anodize and diamond cut) are available separately to complete your FLT front end custom appearance. At Arlen Ness.

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4 Responses to “Arlen Ness Hot Legs And Fork Boots For Harley Bagger Models”


  1. 1 Jose Oct 14th, 2011 at 5:35 pm

    Very Ness.

  2. 2 Barry Waterman Oct 14th, 2011 at 7:03 pm

    Hi Arlen

    I love your art! I own a 2008 Harley Fat Bob and I was wondering about a cafe fairing to fit the dual head lamps? Any chance of this. I love the look,but I didn’t want to give up the dual lights as they add a statement of there own. Please let me know. Keep up the great inovations. Love it!

    Sincerley Barry Waterman

  3. 3 bigalyts Oct 15th, 2011 at 11:46 am

    Hi Arlen,
    I have been a fan for over 20 + years. I was wondering why you do not have a back to “Basic program”? That is a line of parts that you used and made without the BIG TIME CORPORATE NET ! You should use some of your parts that you have designed through out the last 30 years for a affordable price. You have been sold out to the huge Motorcycle Manufacturers. Why not look into your bag of tricks. I know you have a Warehouse full of parts to fit the Program. I volunteer to help start the Program! Love your designs, parts and your old outlook !

  4. 4 1/4 20 Oct 19th, 2011 at 9:58 am

    I have put these on more than a few bikes and they look good.This is some top shelf kit realy nice stuff. The price for what you get is on time as well. Arlen,Cory,and Zach thanks for all the cool stuff over the years.

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