Wow looks good! We're twins, mine is the same color! Someone asked me today as I was putting my half cover on it (as it was already covered up) if it was a Road Glide lol. No ma'am, it's an Indian Roadmaster!
OK. It may take a while to get an answer. He just had open heart surgery last Wednesday, so he is out of commission for a few weeks.Mine is OEM tan, but I think Black would be just as good. My Bike is black, so it would be just the same as I see now with the black fender underneath. Thanks for asking!
Getting the wheel back on was more of a challenge. Not as easy as what videos I had seen. Was necessary to have another pair of hands on the other side to help work the wheel back up into position. Possibly pulling the top pin might have helped here.Even getting the pipes off was not a problem. I've had them off before when installing TABS. The belt alignment issue has always plagued me. Really the adjusters do not need to be moved, so looks like the belt should go back on in the same position, but this will give me a good chance to align the belt again (maybe better than it was before).
I watched the one video where you pull out the top pin and drop the suspension down, and therefore did not have to pull the mufflers. I decided pulling the mufflers would be alright, and also give me more working room.
Under the right side of the fairing, in front of the fork tube is an unused two pin power connector. I bought a connector on Amazon (link below) and connected it to the hardwired power source for the radio. You could also wire in a USB plug if you wanted to. I also bought an inline FM adapter so I don't have to screw with the radio antenna.that my weekend project. where did you connect for power?
Riding from where? I just drove from central Texas to AZ and back. It gets pretty spotty with cell out there.Riding to New Mexico in June. Hope my Spotify holds out on me! Oh and my gas. Lots of distance between gas stations out that way
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Perf! Thanks for the detailsUnder the right side of the fairing, in front of the fork tube is an unused two pin power connector. I bought a connector on Amazon (link below) and connected it to the hardwired power source for the radio. You could also wire in a USB plug if you wanted to. I also bought an inline FM adapter so I don't have to screw with the radio antenna.
Here's the 2 pin https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MDCYQYL/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Here's the kit that I bought, and I found the head unit on eBay for $10 SiriusXM Satellite Radio Compact Motorcycle Kit
FM Adapter https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000KGLL84/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Same color as mine! I hope it un-winters before I ride up there in June!Well, I said goodbye to her as they uncrated my ‘21 Thunder Black Challenger Dark Horse. 4 fabulous riding seasons 50k miles 32 states 4 coast to coast trips. Won’t be picking up the new bike for a couple of weeks or so account it’s still winter here.
Looks great. I was looking at putting that wheel on my bike (same as yours), but my dealer told me that they've had to replace numerous tires due to the bolt protruding from the headdress. Have you done anything to mitigate that? I'm thinking now of putting the new 17" front wheel from the 2021.