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SAY NO TO BORING HARLEYS With SMT's newest for slider covers!!


CHROME or Contrast-Cut BLING FORK SLIDER COVERS


SMT's Latest Sik Creation......These are a direct OEM replacement for all Harley Touring models and FL softail models with existing fork slider covers between the years fo 1986-2010. Basically, if you have a Harley with fork slider covers these will replace them. This includes all of the following bikes: Electraglide


Streetglide Included: left and right covers and hardwear. Roadking Roadglide Ultra Classic


These fork slider covers are 100% billet aluminum then Anodized and Contrast Cut or Triple Chrome Plated for that quality look you come to expect from SMT.


These are a direct OEM replacement for all Harley Touring models and softail models with existing floorboards between the years 1986 - 2010. Basically if you have a Harley with rider boards these will replace them. These include all of the following bikes: Electraglide Ultra Classic


Streetglide Heritage


Roadking Crossbones


Roadglide Fatboy


These rider boards are 100% billet aluminum anodized and then run through our CNC mills for a contrast cut look or triple chrome plated with the quality you've come to expect from SMT. They're made with your total comfort in mind: 16 inches in length and 4 inches in width (for your big feet) with Acorn Nuts so your feet stay off of the actual boards


and don't scratch them. Basically, take off your existing floorboards and bolt these babies on....Just do it yourself.....doesn't get any easier than this!!


Included: left and right rider boards, mounting brackets and hardware 76 Wide Open


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