New Harley-Davidson 19” And 16” Enforcer Wheels For Touring Models

Enforcer1 Enforcer2Harley-Davidson® Touring model riders can roll some bling with the new Enforcer Custom Wheels (P/N 43300336 19-inch Front, P/N 40900346 16-inch Rear; $649.95 each) from Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Parts and Accessories. These wheels are brilliant polished and chrome-plated versions of the split five-spoke cast aluminum wheels featured as Original Equipment on the 2014 Harley-Davidson Street Glide® and Street Glide® Special motorcycles, designed through Project RUSHMORE.

Like all Harley-Davidson custom wheels, the Enforcer is backed by hundreds of hours of real-world testing to meet the highest standards of performance and durability. The Enforcer wheels fit 2009-later Touring models (except Trike and 2012-later CVO models). Installation requires the separate purchase of a model-specific Wheel Installation Kit, sprocket hardware, and brake rotor-specific hardware. Certain models may require the separate purchase of a wheel-size and model-specific tire. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for fitment details.

6 Responses to “New Harley-Davidson 19” And 16” Enforcer Wheels For Touring Models”

  1. 1 Terence Tory Dec 11th, 2013 at 10:12 am

    Good looking wheels in usable sizes.

  2. 2 Calif Phil Dec 12th, 2013 at 8:28 am

    The style is ok. I hate to see them made in China
    I would much rather have PM wheels.

  3. 3 Terence Tory Dec 12th, 2013 at 9:04 am

    Calif Phil,they may be made at Castalloy in Australia.

  4. 4 chopmonster66 Dec 12th, 2013 at 9:57 am

    maybe the chrome will last longer than 6 months, over priced crap!!

  5. 5 calif phil Dec 12th, 2013 at 10:06 am

    Terence I hope you are right but I have my doubts.

  6. 6 Terence Tory Dec 12th, 2013 at 10:15 am

    Calif Phil,my guess is they are cast at Castalloy in Australia and then chromed in another country,IMHO the modern method of chroming aluminium parts is a poor process and it either looks bad in no time or it falls off.The cyanide strip needed to prep the ally properly is banned in many places around the world because even the finished product can’t go into land fill as its a toxic waste and can contaminate water tables.

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