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Old 09-11-2011, 03:51 PM
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Default Tour Glide and side car

Saw this today thought I would share. Very rare for around my neck of the woods....(Indianapolis)
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We had an 06 with us last weekend. Out of the 35 bike we had in our group and the 100 or so other bikes in the run there were only 3 road glide, mine, my dads, and the side hack. Never thought a hack could be cool until he rolled up with his wife on the back and one of her friends in the hack. almost makes me want one!!!!
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Did the front cylinder headpipe always follow that route on the old touring rigs or is that something special someone did? That has to make for a hot left leg while riding. Love the sidecar.
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Very cool.
I am from Indy so hopefully I will run across it in my travels
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Did the front cylinder headpipe always follow that route on the old touring rigs or is that something special someone did? That has to make for a hot left leg while riding. Love the sidecar.
nope they didnt follow that route

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Did the front cylinder headpipe always follow that route on the old touring rigs or is that something special someone did? That has to make for a hot left leg while riding. Love the sidecar.
That pipe was on the early Tour Glides, 80-81, maybe just the 80. I had an 82 that didn't .

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And if you think that's rare, it's just a Tour Glide with a California side car added. Check out this factory rig. '92 FXRT (last year manufactured) with a factory RLE side car.
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Wish they hadn't stopped making the side cars. Would be nice to take the family for rides. Together!
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Wish they hadn't stopped making the side cars. Would be nice to take the family for rides. Together!
Plenty of aftermarket hacks out there. Try Liberty.
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