At Daytona Bike Week Hawg Halters Introduced A Complete Big Wheel Touring Bike Front End Kit

41flxax230odt-aHawg Halters wants to help you build correctly a big wheel Bagger. During this week 2014 Daytona Bike Week, Hawg Halters introduced the latest component of their expanding Touring Bike Product Line. This new Complete Front End Program delivers a fully assembled bolt on package to HHI’s dealers and custom builders alike.

This new assembly  begins with your choice of Triple Trees starting with the innovative X 23 Bolt On Triple Tree for a 23 inch upgrade to a stock frame, or one of  our complete range of Triple Trees for the Custom Builder who is building a Big Wheel Bagger using a full Neck Kit as well. Currently HHI offers Triple Trees for custom builds from the 23 inch wheel to the 30/32 inch Big Wheel Kits.

In addition to the Triple Tree selection, HHI then offers you a choice of Bomber or Torpedo Billet lower legs in single or dual disc configuration, in Chrome or Black finish, with a hidden axle and our 4 bolt fender mount brackets. Currently complete front ends come in 41 mm, but stay tuned for the addition of 49 mm packages this season.

Finally, the last selection you can order your front end with is a variety of shock treatments including stock or lowered ride height, with a further choice of performance shock inserts or a complete air system. For further information on suspension options, please call. Further info at 877- 442- 5837. Hawg Halters.

8 Responses to “At Daytona Bike Week Hawg Halters Introduced A Complete Big Wheel Touring Bike Front End Kit”

  1. 1 Terence Tory Mar 16th, 2014 at 9:13 am

    From the pictures of these triple clamps on their website,they appear to be rather good value for the bucks and a good beefy design.

  2. 2 Blackmax Mar 16th, 2014 at 9:58 am

    Now this is something i can deal with….
    Always said anything over a 23 inch wheel is nuts.
    A complete set of everything you would need
    if this is the way you want to go.
    Very nice HHI very nice !!!!

  3. 3 Rodent Mar 16th, 2014 at 11:16 am

    Nice, just what every poser needs for his trailer queen.

  4. 4 ksw Mar 16th, 2014 at 7:27 pm

    There is no way to correctly build a big wheel bagger. Hate to tell the world this news but go ahead, waste some money on some unridable ego trip to make you not only stand out but look the fool.

  5. 5 SIGFREED Mar 17th, 2014 at 7:38 am

    Spot of ksw,

    Where are all the fat tire OCC-lookalike cake-decoration incongruities (of pre-2007) today? Selling e-bay for less than the price of the motor and tranny…

    All the ‘Penny-farthing Vaudeville’ freak-o-baggers will go exactly the same way.

    Blackmax – agree, 23″ is the absolute limit, but then already you are limiting the use of the motorcycle – ie THERE IS NO PROPER FUNCTIONING TOURING MOTORCYCLE WITH 23″ FRONT WHEEL. In fact 19″ is probably the limit.

    With a 23″ front wheel, it is simply a boulevard cruiser, with empty panniers…

  6. 6 Terence Tory Mar 17th, 2014 at 7:43 am

    SIGFREED,I think you are right on the max size for a proper heavyweight highway touring bike’s front tire.

  7. 7 Pete G Mar 17th, 2014 at 12:11 pm

    For those of you who have never built or ridden a 26″ Bagger done correctly, you are in for a shock! We have done a number of them and by FAR they out-handle a stock touring bike. The Geometry is better, the bike is more comfortable to ride. We have used Yaffe’s stuff, and the bikes are great! 30 inch wheels that need air suspension, I am not up for; but don’t kid yourself that a 26″ front wheel is no good. Have a look at for two movies of two of our builds. One of them, the customer sold his Road King the day after he got his build bike back, because it did NOT handle as well as the 26″ Bike! One client took his from Florida to Sturgis and back… No problems; he loved the ride! No trailer queens here…..

  8. 8 KSW Mar 17th, 2014 at 2:46 pm

    Pete G.,

    I guess it’s so good at touring and cornering that it wasn’t necessary to show it leaned over around a corner at speed and doing switch backs thru twisty’s? I’m sorry mate, but I’m a rider and expect a motorcycle that claims to be a tourer to be able to move thru the mountain twists and turns near my house as if it was designed to actually be ridden. My tourer has to be able to tour. Glad those who can’t ride and end up a statistic on a government chart are happy but we see lots of that at Daytona and rally’s everywhere. Hank Young said it best in his shop one day, “this one is art, take it to the bar or park it in your garage, that’s it.”

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