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Used 2002 Harley-davidson Softail Fat Boy For Sale on ns1.2040-motos

YearYear:0 MileageMileage:32

Stillwater, Minnesota

Stillwater, MN

Harley-Davidson Softail description

2002 HarleyDavidson Fatboy This cruiser has 33,100mis and is in terrific condition Equipped with a Rigid mount, 1550 cubic centimeter OHV Twin Cam 88B balanced engine Bore versus Stroke equates to 95.25 mm x 101.6 mm Compression rated at 8.9 to one ratio Primary drive double row chain system Color is black with a black leather interior and lots of chrome Anti-theft alarm key fob Dealer installed 95in Screaming Eagle two into 1 performance exhaust system This cycle has never been dropped, no dents and no leaks Has always been garaged, winterized and well maintained HarleyDavidson scheduled maintenance performed at every 2,500 mis Some added features include a detachable windshield with bags for glasses and gloves Color match air intake cover system Pingle fuel valve equipped Aluminum Billet MAGNUM handle grips with bullet casings in the end HarleyDavidson chrome rimmed seat and pillion replacement Chrome switch housings Chrome foot rests and brake pad Upgraded rear view mirrors Many other chrome pieces and covers included Plus whitewall tires Serious inquires only Qualified buyers may be eligible for Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Extended Warranty.

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