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I just replaced the gauges on my 2011 Road Glide Custom and I'm selling the Spun Aluminum gauges. These gauges all work flawlessly and look awesome.
$425.00 shipped obo

Speedo - 67516-09 ( 2x,xxx miles on it when removed )
Tach - 67522-09
Volt - 74709-09
Fuel - 74708-09
Air - 74715-09
Oil Pressure - 74707-09
 

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I guess there's no way of adjusting the mileage on them to fit bike being installed to ? If that can be adjusted I'd like them as well as I'm close to 20k on my clock so if you can give me a more exact mileage ?
 

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I guess there's no way of adjusting the mileage on them to fit bike being installed to ? If that can be adjusted I'd like them as well as I'm close to 20k on my clock so if you can give me a more exact mileage ?
Considering you can buy new gauges I would suspect an HD dealer can adjust the mileage to match what is on your bike.
 

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You're right about buying gauges and getting them to set to your current mileage which may mean it's a one time set only ? I'll do my homework tomorrow and I'll pm the OP.
 

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The dealer should be able to adjust the mileage. I didn't want to wait to send these in when I bought them to match my bike, so I just rolled with the mileage that was on them. I believe there was just over 21,000 miles on the odometer when I pulled them. These also work with ABS bikes, as my RGC had ABS and Cruise.
 

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I was told by my dealer that the only way it could be adjusted was to send the speedo and the bikes ecm back to Harley so they could do it. Was told it would take 1-2 months to get back.


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