New Chisel Custom Wheels For Harley-Davidson Touring Models

The new Chisel Custom Wheels from Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Accessories® feature seven narrow-profile split spokes that radiate from a minimalistic hub, and the resulting see-through effect visually lightens the profile of the motorcycle when paired with pedestal-mounted, Chisel Floating Brake Rotors. Offered in 17-inch front and 16-inch rear sizes for Harley-Davidson Touring models, the Chisel Wheels are available in mirror chrome (P/N 43300057 front, P/N 40900067 rear; $749.95 each) or black-and-chrome contrast finish (P/N 43300059 front, P/N 40900069 rear; $549.95 each).

Chisel wheels fit 2009-later Touring models (except Trike and 2012 CVO™ models). Requires separate purchase of Chisel Floating Brake Rotors, model-specific Wheel Installation Kit, sprocket hardware and brake rotor-specific hardware. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for fitment details. Chisel Floating Rotors are styled to complement the Chisel front wheel. The inner spider features a cutout design that mirrors the wheel’s seven distinctive open spokes. Rotors are available in two different finishes (P/N 41500040 Polished, $159.95; P/N 41500042 Raw, $139.95) and include chrome mounting hardware. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson’s Web site .


13 Responses to “New Chisel Custom Wheels For Harley-Davidson Touring Models”

  1. 1 Troy Jan 13th, 2012 at 9:31 am

    Where are the 21”, 23”, 26”, & 30” versions that everyone is putting on Baggers today?

  2. 2 skulltrain Jan 13th, 2012 at 10:12 am

    Typical Harley-Davidson design zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz …… Get with the 21st century …… Baggers are slick, trick , and such a canvas for customizers and what does the MOCO offer 16″ and 17″ wake the F##k up Willie …..

  3. 3 JROD Jan 13th, 2012 at 10:48 am

    Well if you want good looking cheap wheels, HD is the only place. $1500 for the pair?? Those 21″-30″ are well over $4k for the set. Nice work HDMC.

  4. 4 Jim C Jan 13th, 2012 at 11:17 am

    If you bolt on an accessory, your bike is PERSONALIZED. If there’s not a sawzall, grinder, welder, or a paint gun involved, you don’t get to say ‘custom’. For the price of two wheels, you could get half a Buell 😉

  5. 5 skulltrain Jan 13th, 2012 at 11:53 am

    JROD ….. You said it right there ….. (cheap wheels) price and style …. another friday afternoon design!

  6. 6 rebel Jan 13th, 2012 at 3:51 pm

    Are these wheels chrome plated “cast” wheels? if so that’s the price difference, no one else wants to risk their reputation on chrome staying on cast parts. Every “profile” (cast rim) spoke wheel i change tires on has the chrome flying off.

  7. 7 BIG DOUG Jan 14th, 2012 at 4:19 am

    Hmm soon to be made in CHINA should be cheaper and the quality should be good (not)

  8. 8 rob Jan 14th, 2012 at 6:54 am

    See that H-D came out with a new 9 spoke “wagon wheel” for the 2009 and up baggers in chrome…………….no black ones???

  9. 9 calif phil Jan 14th, 2012 at 8:45 am

    The design is good, it’s the country or origin that makes me want to puke.

  10. 10 Texx Jan 15th, 2012 at 1:30 am

    I think the MOCO should clearly state which of their products / parts are made in China. If it’s made in China, I want nothing to do with it because regardless what anyone says, it’s probably garbage.

  11. 11 Richard Jan 17th, 2012 at 7:26 pm

    Not long ago when Harley introduced the “Streamliner” accessories a bunch of no minds attacked them for being made in china. I checked….went to my local HD dealership, I checked out their supply of “Streamliner” add ons. Guess what? Right there on the packaging! “MADE IN AMERICA”. One of those naysayers who always complains (LOUDLY) that Harley parts come from china etc. etc! subsequently revealed in another post that he owns 3 hondas and 1 bmw (and he complains about buying American???): and that his “last Harley was a ’79 FLH”. In order to have any credibility, he and some of the above posters need to document how they know when Harley outsources from overseas and present proof thereof…

  12. 12 Richard Jan 17th, 2012 at 7:28 pm

    How do the above complainers know these wheels are made outside the country?

  13. 13 Calif Phil Jan 18th, 2012 at 9:02 am

    When they retail for $500 you know they are chinese made.

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