This is Oakland. Let's be real. It is part of East Bay Custom culture to put big wheels on cars and bikes alike. While many motorcycles are sporting that look with Aftermarket wheels, there is a really great option from Harley-Davidson Motor Company to get some awesome custom wheels, still retain the factory warranty and - most importantly - not give up the quality of your ride.
The 21", split 7-spoke design front wheel is the first and largest front wheel for Touring since its introduction 77 years ago. Developed specifically for the Road Glide® vehicle, the custom wheel is engineered to deliver performance and handling without compromise.
The perfect one-two styling punch for your custom Road Glide® model. Knockout 21” front and 18” rear wheels feature a split seven-spoke design that provides an open and airy look, with the spokes blending into the rim to add visual diameter. The Knockout wheel kit provides the big wheel look you crave, without compromising touring performance and reliability.
- Gloss Black with Black Anodize OR Contrast Chrome Finish
- Split seven-spoke design
- Includes 21” front wheel, 18” rear wheel and the internal front suspension components necessary to optimize fork travel and ride quality
Requires separate purchase of:
- 21" Front fender
- Front tire
- Rear tire
- Model-specific Wheel Installation Kits
- May require a separate purchase of Brake Rotors
- Models with ABS brakes require calibration
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Fits ’17-later FLTRX and FLTRXS models. Does not fit models equipped with Fairing Lowers, Road Glide® Chizeled Handlebars or Road Glide® Chizeled Lo Handlebars. Can be installed with Chopped Engine Guard P/N 49000117A. Requires separate purchase of 21” Front Fender, Front Tire P/N 43100008, Rear Tire P/N 44006-09 and model-specific Wheel Installation Kits. May require purchase of brake rotors. Models with ABS brakes require ABS recalibration. Dealer installation required. See dealer for details.
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