According to Harley site, about $5,000.toneout said:Never really considered one.Â Cost was definitely a factor and so was styling.Â Now if I could have gotten this for a thousand or two more, the decision would have been a lot tougher.
See what I mean?Â I don't know how much the fat tire conversion is but it has to be several thousands installed.
The kit in the picture in made by Performance Machine and it $3395 with the recessed license plate, and $2995 without.toneout said:I don't know how much the fat tire conversion is but it has to be several thousands installed.
I'm with you, I can't justify spending that kind of cash on a bike that feels like you're sittin' on a brick bat. No thanks! The 109'er is more comfortable and more stylish. Oh, by the way, I hear it's fast too!phaed said:i considered a vrod, but not for long.Â i'd decided if i was going to fork out those kind of bucks, i'd go with a souped up victory.Â the whole harley thing doesn't sit right with me.Â i think they are good bikes, and think it's cool that they are "american made".Â however, no harley is worth the money they ask for them.Â also, the whole fad thing rubs me the wrong way.
after having this 109, i know i made the best choice all around.