The New Harley-Davidson Rail Collection. Edgier Attitude For Your Sportster.

Rail-Collection-right-sideOffering a more aggressive attitude with an edge, the new Rail Collection of engine covers for late-model Harley-Davidson® Sportster® motorcycles gives the powertrain a broad-shouldered look that mixes well with café-style or urban-assault custom projects.

Offered by Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Parts & Accessories, each component is factory-engineered to assure perfect fit and function. A durable gloss-black finish is highlighted with machined longitudinal strakes that add visual length to the powertrain.

Sportster owners can add select components or go all the way with the entire Rail Collection.

The Rail Collection includes the following components:

Gearcase Cover (P/N 25700533, $274.95) Fits 2004-later Sportster models.
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Transmission Sprocket Cover (P/N 34800032, $169.95) Fits 2004-later Sportster models.
Rocker Box Lower Housing (P/N 25700600, $159.95) Sold in pairs, fits 2004-later Sportster models.
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Upper Rocker Box Covers (25700531, $279.95) Sold in pairs, fits 2004-later Sportster models.
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Derby Cover(P/N 25700541, $149.95) Includes chrome mounting hardware, fits 2004-later Sportster models.

Timer Cover (P/N 25600060 $64.95) Includes chrome mounting hardware, fits 2004-later Sportster models.

Primary Cover (P/N 25700532, $259.95) Includes gloss black chain inspection cover, fits 2006-later Sportster models.
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14 Responses to “The New Harley-Davidson Rail Collection. Edgier Attitude For Your Sportster.”


  1. 1 Mike fagan Sep 12th, 2015 at 8:47 am

    Chopped timing cover. Harley catches up to old customs again. Look good.

  2. 2 Mike Sep 12th, 2015 at 10:35 am

    Very edgy, and aggressive with some attitude mixed in as well. It will surely make me feel like a real man, and as usual at a low low price. A bargain really to obtain edginess.

  3. 3 troll Sep 12th, 2015 at 10:48 am

    Just gotta have a matched set……

  4. 4 nicker Sep 12th, 2015 at 12:38 pm

    RE:
    “…. A bargain really to obtain edginess…”

    And so the “industry” is basing its value to the customer on the basis of the product’s capability to to do what…??? ….. Provide a personality accessory.

    So how does the R&D to develop such functionality actually work…???

    In the past it was hard mechanical & electrical engineering, proven out on the race track, that advanced product quality and value. Who-zat work in today’s world, i wonder….???

    Oh ya, i forgot… Today we are graduating more Sociologists than Engineers. So the products are now based on “feelings”….. Sorry, i was momentarily distracted by an older reality, where form once followed function.

    In this new politically correct world of “touchy-feely” functionality has been supplanted by “edginess.” …… By the need to pretend that everything is actually more than it is. By making the masses feel that since “i’m OK & your OK” that we are no happily “all in it together” …… Not to mention “share the wealth.”

    -nicker-

  5. 5 Industryguy Sep 12th, 2015 at 1:34 pm

    Lowest bid junk as usual….

  6. 6 Mike Sep 12th, 2015 at 3:20 pm

    I don’t know about the rest of you, but Nicker scares me! Lots of scary things going on in that basement I am sure.

  7. 7 SIGFREED Sep 13th, 2015 at 7:08 am

    nicker-s in a knot..,

    Shall I remind you of a earlier post, one under the same name your use here, perhaps another personality – that said (in paraphrase),

    It is all ECONOMICS 101…

  8. 8 fuji Sep 13th, 2015 at 10:21 am

    SIGFREED: and he is correct with both statements.

  9. 9 Steve Carr Sep 13th, 2015 at 10:38 am

    Today’s math lesson

    Nicker = Negative + constant (100/100)

    Steve Carr

  10. 10 Calif phil Sep 13th, 2015 at 12:29 pm

    Long live the Sportster. It’s a great bike.

  11. 11 nicker Sep 13th, 2015 at 10:23 pm

    RE:

    “…Today’s math lesson…”

    Well, “100/100” =1… nothing negative about it.

    -nicker-

  12. 12 nicker Sep 13th, 2015 at 10:31 pm

    RE:
    “…Nicker scares me! Lots…”

    What should scare-ya is where “motorcycling” is going …. via marketing.

    Instead of an industry concentrating on advancing the product….. the only thing being advanced is an “image”….
    And not an image of the classic motorcyclist…. the capable, self sufficient individual, but a clueless poser looking to enhance a personal image without doing any real work to that end.

    Shoot the messenger if ya like… but it is what it is.
    -nicker-

  13. 13 Steal Your Face Sep 14th, 2015 at 10:26 am

    Sure I’ll put 1400 dollars plus about that in labor to make my 11,000 dollar XL look edgy.

    Add the Fat Chizeled Apes too.

    4000 bucks to make my Sportster edgy.

    Where the hell do people get that kind of money? I may be cheap but before I spend 15K for a new Sportster, I’d spend half of that and get an nice used FXR and a used Suzuki DRZ 400SM and ride the snot out of both of them.

  14. 14 Woody's Sep 16th, 2015 at 7:09 pm

    I’m equally frightened by those who seem to argue an old Dodge Neon makes sooooo much more sense than a new car. If it makes ya happy and doesn’t use up the food & bourbon money, what’s so horrible about throwing money at your bikes?

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