2003 Harley Davidson Fatboy





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Published on Dec 18, 2008

2003 Harley Davidson Fatboy with a Heritage front fender.4554 miles $30,000 and it's yours.

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Mando Navarro Jr.
Sweet ride Vato!
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Great bike, bought an 03 with 3300 miles, ton of chrome but needs more.  Great floorboards and levers you have on yours  Your right about plain old Harley, gotta make em' the way you want them
Great looking bike, my man, but, I can see why you are selling it. It has a fatally flawed, designed engine. The Twin Cam, 88, 1450cc, has two PLASTIC, cam chain tensioners that will fail, sooner or later and cause catastrophic engine, failure.  It's a royal pain, just to inspect the cam chain tensioners, as you have one inboard the cam plate, and one outside the cam plate. Harley, doesn't even tell the owners about these plastic tensioners that tension the metal silent chain drives, which it has two of them. You have to almost tear the engine down to change them out and you have to have a special Harley tool to press out the cams from the plate, to change out the little, devils. It's not a matter of if the plastic tensioner will wear out, only a matter of when, they tear themselves into little pieces that get sucked into your oil pump and then start to work there way into the pistons and cylinders and tear the engine apart. Imagine going down the highway at cruising speed and your blown oil pump starts spewing out oil all over your rear tire, man, that will be a ride you will never forget, if you live through it. Also, all Twin Cam engines, produced since 1999, have the flywheel assemblies pressed together with a 400 ton press, that's it. Unlike the Evo, engine which was a single cam 1340cc, reliable engine, which had the flywheel assembly two halves bolted on with a crankpin nut and bolt, this engine, will come out of true, sooner or later. You should tear down the engine and take it to a specialty shop that will dynamically, true it for you and will weld the two, halves, together, so they will not come out of true and exceed the run out on the primary shaft and the pinion shaft and ruin all your bushings and bearings. Run out at the end of the pinion shaft should not exceed 0.001", but, when your flywheel comes out of true, your run-out will be excessive, anything more than, even 0.003" will ruin bushings and bearings. In addition, this engine runs super hot and heat lessens engine life. You have the potential to catch your pants legs on fire and receive 2nd and 3rd degree burns. It's a fact, Harley owners in California, have filed a class action lawsuit, against Harley fo these injuries. Everything I just stated can be found on YOU TUBE videos, posted by lovers of Harley bikes who have been burned by the MOTOR COMPANY. Remember, 'CAVEAT EMPTOR"- "LET THE BUYER BEWARE,"
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Did you ever get those spokes tightened up?   lol
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Richard Navarro
And don't forget engraving . Check out the other video I have.
Richard very nice brother. May of 2013 I bought a 2003 HD Heritage Softail 100th Anniversary low 8,400 miles just like yours but with the highly wanted rare Springer front end. I paid the original owner out of Tennessee $14,000. All original with the windshield and original leather bags like brand new, and I had the bike shipped enclosed trailer to Colorado. I will keep it mostly original but lightly customized with new spoked wheels, apes, air ride, Sampson cholo pipes.- LG Golden, Colorado
beuatiful bike bro
Thats a sick ride brother. very nice 
Let me guess.. you dont have a bike so you wanna tell this guy his apes look like hell. Super sharp sled man
Richard Navarro
Wheel works in Garden Grove talk to dave o rick
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