BDL 2” Open Belt For Harley Baggers Includes 4 Interchangeable Covers

EV-700Don’t know which open belt cover style will look the best on your Bagger? Changing your mind later? The 2” Open Belt System by Belt Drives Ltd. is sold with 4 interchangeable domes to choose from. Play with all of them to choose the one you like the most, black, polished, solid or cut through style. This EV 700 2” open belt drive features all billet construction and a unique top guard. 100% Made in the USA, drive offers BDL’s very reputable ball bearing clutch for unparalleled precise and smooth shifting. Tech questions at: tech@beltdrives.com

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6 Responses to “BDL 2” Open Belt For Harley Baggers Includes 4 Interchangeable Covers”


  1. 1 Doug Feb 21st, 2014 at 4:11 pm

    Why would someone want an open belt on a bagger? This falls into the same foolish choice as big wheels on baggers.

  2. 2 Terence Tory Feb 22nd, 2014 at 7:32 am

    Doug.that’s what I thought.It’s more of a Softail thing I say.Water,dirt and dust everywhere on a long ride.

  3. 3 Doc Robinson Feb 22nd, 2014 at 7:48 am

    There seem to be two kinds of bagger owners. Firstly there are the big mile riders, who often keep their bike pretty stock apart from air cleaner, pipes and suitable mapping. They are very unlikely to consider switching to an open primary. Secondly, there are the guys who customise, or have their bike customised, to a greater or lesser degree and enjoy profiling more than going cross country. With the right modifications some of these can be pretty cool and a well designed belt drive such as this BDL unit can add to the visual appeal. Regarding big wheels: I have a 23 inch on my Road Glide which I feel adds to the cool factor without seriously compromising handling. Any bigger, and form will certainly overcome function to a greater or lesser degree. Not that 23 inches is some magical figure, just one that is able to be set up properly with the right trees and doesn’t require cutting the frame.

  4. 4 Cal Feb 22nd, 2014 at 8:22 am

    Just asking –
    what are the merits of a belt drive primary over a chain drive primary on a bagger?

  5. 5 HD Rider Feb 22nd, 2014 at 9:20 am

    I don’t see any advantages of a belt primary — most of the ones I’ve seen make a terrible whistling noise.

  6. 6 Chpperjohn Mar 3rd, 2014 at 1:27 pm

    Each to their own I’d Imagine…

    Ride-on

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