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Harley-Davidson® Touring FLH Parts and Accessories
Harley-Davidson® Touring FLH
The Hogfather Online has a large range of performance parts and accessories for your Harley-Davidson® Touring FLH motorcycle. It does not matter if you are trying to improve performance or doing something a bit more radical, we have everything you need to customise and really add a bit of individual style to your bike.
We list a huge range of items, including true dual exhausts, fuel management systems (fuelpak and power commander), seats, handlebars, wind screens, luggage accessories, forward controls, highway bars and much more. All our parts are after market, meaning they offering much more value allowing you to save up to 85% over dealership prices from huge brands such as Vance and Hines, Le Pera, Mustang, Kuryakyn, Burly, Arlen Ness, Alloy Art, D&D exhausts and many more.About the Harley-Davidson® Touring FLH:
The Harley-Davidson® FLH is part of the touring family, also known as dressers. A list of FLH models can be found below:
- FLH: 4-Speed Electra Glide
- FLHX: Street Glide
- FLHRS: Road King Custom
- FLHPI: Road King police model
- FLHR: Road King
- FLHRCI: Road King Classic
- FLHS: Electra Glide Sport
- FLHT: Electra Glide Standard
- FLHTC: Electra Glide Classic
- FLHTK: Limited
- FLHTCSE: Screamin Eagle Electra Glide
- FLHTPI: Electra glide police model
- FLHTCUI: Ultra Classic Electra Glide
- FLHTCUSE: Screamin Eagle Ultra Classic
- FLHXXX: Street Glide Trike
The Touring models are recognisable by their large saddlebags, rear air suspension and are the only models in the Harley-Davidson® range to offer full fairings, with radios and CB’s. All the Harley-Davidson® FLH models use the same frame, first released in 1980 with the shovelhead motor. The frame was slightly altered over time, until 2009 when it was redesigned. The Touring frame was the first Harley-Davidson® to feature rubber mounts to protect the rider from vibration from the Big V-Twin engine.
In 2009 Harley-Davidson® made substantial changes to the frame, which includes a revised engine mounting system, 2-1-2 exhaust and a 17” front wheel for all except the FLHRC Road King Classic. These changes gave better handling, less vibration, shielded pillions from exhaust heat and allowed the rider to carry a larger load.