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SAY NO TO BORING HARLEYS With SMT's newest exhaust tips.


SMT's Latest Sik Creation......These are a direct replacement for all 31/2" or 4" rinehart exhaust mufflers for all tour- ing models. NOW THESE ARE BAD!!! WITH A LENGTH OF 4 1/2" THESE WILL REALLY SHOW OFF YOUR EX- HAUST!!!.. Basically, if you have a Harley with Rinehart exhaust these will replace them. This includes all of the following bikes: Electraglide


Streetglide Included: left and right exhaust tips. The ROLEX of BAG LATCHES Why ROLEX?????? Roadking Roadglide Ultra Classic


These exhaust tips are 100% billet aluminum. Anodized and then contrast cut or triple chrome plated for that quality look you come to expect from SMT.


These bag latches were engineered to flow with the natural contour of your bags. They are also around 3 inches


longer than your stock latches for that total custom look.They were also painstakingly crafted for perfect clearance so as to not scratch the paint on stock Harley lids. No detail was left to chance by our engineer Sebastian Glod. The man knows what you want and gave it to you. That is why they are the Rolex of Bag latches!!! SMT's Latest Sik Cre- ation......These are CNC machined and from 6061 T6 Billet Aluminum. They are a direct replacement for your stock bag latches. Made to fit any 83-11 Harley Touring model: Electraglide


Streetglide Roadking Included: left and right side bag latches (Sold in a pair). Wide Open 77 Roadglide Ultra Classic


These bag latches are 100% billet aluminum then triple chromed or anodized then run back through our CNC ma- chines for that contrast-cut look pristine look you come to expect from SMT.


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