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Harley-Davidson FXLR Low Rider Custom

Harley Davidson FXR FXLR Low Motorcycle Review Video

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Charles Miller: I love my I have a Dyna 2004, doing a great job, You go

hoohoohoblin: @ElectraWillem Thanks. I it helps people learn the reasons for buying a Harley-Davidson I commuted 43,000 miles on a and got 55 mpg and just changed the oil and adjusted the chain, then sold it for less than I bought it for

That’s cheap transportation.

If I had to give up my FXLR, I’d be for a Dyna Super Glide or Dyna T-Sport. They’re comfortable bikes that can go corners.

hoohoohoblin: @420rust1d to the club. It’s a really daily driver and looks good too.

ChuckTurner: a pleasure to see a rider who can handle maintenance of his vehicle. Plus i the fact that it is broken in. ALL the who ride BMW or Triumph or Ducati or — they love to reliability — BUT not one person I with a Harley built the IPO has ever had a problem with bike.

hoohoohoblin: @fireworkstube reliable beasts, so there too much to look at. Make you test drive it at freeway to see if the rubber engine mounts are out. It should be pretty when you rev it up.

I paid $4,800 for on eBay in 2008 in California, but I they’re selling for more that now. 40K miles is low, and it should be good for 60 if the person took care of it. sure you adjust the primary and change all fluids if you buy it.

fireworkstube: Hi, what sportster did you have? been looking into a sportster in the future but I can’t any real world information. like to go to work, and cruise on

What were your with your sportster?

@fireworkstube I had a 1996 Sportster I commuted 43,000 miles on it. It got 55 You never have to adjust the so maintenance is cheap.

I didn’t the excessive vibration on the freeway. In Harley-Davidson rubber-mounted the Sportster to reduce vibration. I’d looking for a 2004 or later If you want to be more sporty, motorcycles have Sportster and are cheap now.

See my Sportster at dotcom.

hoohoohoblin: The FXR frame is sturdy, with the big triangle of keeping it from flexing. And it 3 rubber engine mounts on the which makes it really on the highway. The Dyna frame is to show off more of the engine and slimmer, and also to be cheaper and to manufacture. It uses 2 rubber mounts, and vibrates more an FXR.

That being the Dyna is a solid design looks great and works

BeccyWall: lovely video and thanks!

hoohoohoblin: You can definitely get power out of the engine. Punch it out to 120 inches and it will get down the pretty quick.

sithlordvyd: I ridden dynas and touring never an FXR, theyre to handle the best. I like the carb. theres one for sale here says 5k on the add bike is a 90 12k miles, i may take a look at it. I a BMW R100RT whcih I did alot of work to, always wanted a FXRs dont weigh as either. a guy I know has a shovel chin spoiler on it. its this cool metallic dark color, yeah bikes. like crack … to me lol

The FXR definitely uses 3 mounts. I guess that a custom FXR frame would be built the but I’m not sure.

Slade Holtry: My Dad rode an for years! I picked up an 88 FXRP 7 years ago and haven’t regretted it for a The only reason for a straight is to get you to the next corner.

FXR’S beautifully.

hoohoohoblin: @9jmorrison It is a great all-around motorcycle. people have told me the best Harley-Davidson motorcycle made when they see me on it. It starts up and gets me where going. It’s comfortable on rides and very low maintenance.

The engine mounts absorb all or the at highway speeds. Prices come down quite a bit in the few years. I paid $4,800 for it in

Ken Hildebrand: I have owned a 91 for 5 years now. Very with it. Light and fast. like a sportster but with 80 Customized it this summer as a

Handling like a sportster but and looks of a Dresser.

hoohoohoblin: welcome.

fireworkstube: Looking at a 1991 FXRs. Anything to It’s got progressive rear possibly a/c, and drag Also, has 40Kms on it which seriously low!

stirlingshire: I your videos. I have a 1989 fxrs-sp for the past ten and the only things that had to be replaced or repaired are the tires and the regulator( oil and filter, of course)and I one battery. The weight of these is worth noting. Considerably than Harley’s current up of big twins and only a few pounds than the newer sportsters.

I the pre 1990 models also more horse power post ’90 models due to emissions.

Charles Miller: You did a job about HD I have a 2004 You go Bro.

knuckles and bones: what of carb is original on the fxr?

Enjoying all of your videos. I inherited a 2000 883 Sportster from my father in law. I it out for the first ride today getting it maintained and checked out it sat for a year and a half idle in a

Loved it, it runs great and going to be a great first for me as a new rider at 48 yrs old..

gbounit: I a 1987 FLHS. I wanted to see the and got good info on the walkaround you particularly the 3 motor mounts. I to check mine to ensure are OK and tightened properly.

I had broken my pipe twice in a couple and the motor mount was my suspicion. I found I was using a hose to secure my pipe to the bracket to the frame. I guess I should been using that metal clamp I also securing each muffler!

@gonebajongas Harley did a great job the Softtail motorcycles when put in an engine that doesn’t It’s good to hear Harley riders who use their as real-world transportation. Harleys are efficient, and comfortable in addition to the reasons people love

Pootshaak OÜ: Cool video! alot!

lodevc: thanks for the I’ve been riding KTM for a while but always dreamed of a I wasn’t sure about reliability but your video me :)

hoohoohoblin: @lodevc Cool. glad I’m helping understand what Harleys are and The FXR is a great all-around motorcycle.

Nice video! Liked it.

That’s a good trade. You got a more classic bike and put a bunch of money in the bank as

hoohoohoblin: @Boabiegringo Thanks. It is a great bike for medium to trips, and pretty good town too. Comfortable and

hoohoohoblin: Awesome!

Harley-Davidson FXLR Low Rider Custom

hoohoohoblin: I think it will fit. I in the JP Cycles catalog, and they a points cover described as 1970-99 Shovelhead and Evolution big

rustyrims05: I’ve looked at guzzi before when I was around the web. You’ll about the parking brake.I’ve got the frame sections on my G5

hoohoohoblin: Glad you liked the video. are great motorcycles, and every part you could need is from Harley Davidson or the You’ll be very happy it.

delo1960: Nice job.

Burnett: Just bought my HARLEY. 94 Dyna Low Rider GET ME OFF OF IT. Ride 100 miles a day to work 400 to 500 miles on the weekend, just for LOVIN HARLEY.

fxrslowrider1340: I owned Harleys for over 20 my current bike is 1989 Davidson FXRs 1340 low and l love it. I have done 70,000 kms with out a problem, big up to 1000,km aday have done on this bike and its standard no fancey aftermarket on her. just had the Cam bearing as recommended after 50,000ks the only work that has done to the motor, Go FXR, i never sell it,,

You’re right. Everything is to work on. Also parts are and there are a lot of different manufacturers of from mild to wild.

No one this, but Harleys really are the reliable, and cheap-to-maintain motorcycles you can

hoohoohoblin: This one only has miles on it. My 1996 Sportster had miles on it when I sold it, and the belt was fine.

hoohoohoblin: Changing the oil on a Harley Davidson FXR is easy. The filter is a screw-on under the engine, and the tank hose is under the left cover. I agree about the controls. They don’t on an FXR. Handlebars are rubber but it doesn’t bother me.

You can buy harder rubber handlebar-mount to make the bars less People usually change the because they think the bars look goofy. do, but they are very comfortable.

Good review, don’t much about these but certainly consider one if i was looking for a big now. Cheers.

fullhouseflatty: I’m a cash + trade deal for my King to get a 92 FxrsCon right And yeah, I’m dumping the twin cam for a 30 old Evo. The FXR frame is still to none in the HD stable, and still Dynas, Softails, and FLs where it in cornering. A progressive suspension cam carb and pipes and you’re touring, American Style.

PS: belts are a … to replace, but can go if you keep an eye on adjustment and pulley Ride safe, Kids!

Thanks. I thought I’d a video explaining what’s about the Super Glide a rational, mechanical perspective. knows they won’t as many motorcycles if they reliability as they will if advertise freedom, coolness, and danger.

It’s good they have smart who design the bikes to run forever and little maintenance.

sithlordvyd: yeah seems like the guy go lower than 5, it has forward which Im not crazy abotu I I can change them back to it has a bobtail fender which is neat, i ma yhave to go take a at it. i hear changing the oil on these is a in the …. wouldnt knwo now that has rubber mounted right? i hear alot of change that.

hoohoohoblin: Thanks! The reliability, and low maintenance never get discussed people talk about It’s not cool or … to such things, but it makes it so more fun to own one.

SharkFin: you your jumping cat can go fag yourself in the gaybar. freak off fred. That is well explained, i sell my daily ride 96 for 93′ FXRS, this helps alot for the one who up a research harleys most best and performa. Thanks, Shark

@joewg3 Thanks. I really that.

imgoingforaride: Ok thanks for .

harleyman1992: I have the same but in much better condition, if u can that. It just needs power on the highway. I think I to get a bigger bike !

hoohoohoblin: true. Do a search for Riding My Motorcycling Road On My Harley FXR and you’ll find the video I riding a twisty mountain on my FXLR. They call it a Low but it still has plenty of cornering

When you look at reliability, costs, repair costs, gas functionality, long road commuting functionality, resale (not that I’ll sell it), and cool an FXR is the best of all worlds.

Harley-Davidson FXLR Low Rider Custom
Harley-Davidson FXLR Low Rider Custom
Harley-Davidson FXLR Low Rider Custom
Harley-Davidson FXLR Low Rider Custom


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