Electra Glide Standard, Electra Glide Ultra Classic, Road Glide, Ultra Road Glide, Road King and other Harley Davidson Touring Family Bikes from 1983 through 2018. [ A few excluded bikes are some Police bikes, Newer Trikes and various International bikes. ] Contact us if you have further questions.
The Traditional and Streamliner Boards have Templates incuded for modification of Lower Fairings on bikes with them. (As seen below.) The Airflow, Deluxe (tapered) as well as any and all aftermarket boards, you must create your own template. Not all boards and our kit will work with bikes that have lower fairings.
Yes. Tall Boys Cycles kits work on bikes that have lower fairings. Harley Davidson Touring Family bikes from 1983-2018 with modification by the installer using an included template.
Tall Boys Cycles kit moves the foot board forward approximately 2", lowers the whole board giving it a 2 1/2" kick in the heal, placing your legs and feet in a more natural riding position.
Harley Davidson Traditional Boards or Harley Davidson Streamliner Boards.
Tall Boys Cycles kits do not drag on stock Harley Davidson Touring Family bikes.
"I ride a stock '08 Ultra Classic. I am 6'8" tall and over 500 lbs.. I do not drag my boards riding with Tall Boys Cycles kit."
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To date, Tall Boys Cycles tallest customer is 7'1" tall. The smallest is 5'4" tall and states that riding with Tall Boys Cycles kits feels like riding with the comfort of having forward controls.
We all rode with stock controls for many years with our Tall Boys Cycles Footboard Relocation Kits, but many of us now have chosen to go with aftermarket products to add additional comfort to our ride.
Tall Boys Cycles kits may work with aftermarket parts, but we only guarantee our kits to work on stock Harley Davidson bikes.
The boards take a little bit of riding for them to break in and lay out level due to the powder coating. They will be level after riding a short time.
When installing the Tall Boys Cycles kit the front bracket wants to twist and cause the front of the board to move farther away from the frame as you tighten the hardware. Make sure that the front bracket remains in the farthest frontward position until tightened in place.