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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojo View Post
    Well, It looks like one of my statements was true. I wonder how much money Harley saved by omitting this little vent button; 30 cents?
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    How come the MSRP didn't got down??? Looks like you will need goggles now to ride in the rain. Lol.
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    My guess is we wont be seeing too many changes in the touring family because our numbers are dwindling. We are probably about the same age around here, give or take, Im 59. The changes being made are to cater to the few millennial's who ride and for some reason, arent attracted to the touring family. The engine changes were necessary however. The twinkie had a long run and was needing a new face

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    Confirmation: Rear shift lever GONE from touring bikes. Still there for CVO models. It seems to me that HD is pricing themselves right out of the marketplace in pretty much all models. Especially the Electric model-30K!

    I did take mine in yesterday for a gritty, hard to turn throttle. They fixed it in about 20 minutes! The sales team there are shaking their heads over price increases. Apparently one of the biggest complaints at this years Dealer meeting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojo View Post
    Confirmation: Rear shift lever GONE from touring bikes. Still there for CVO models. It seems to me that HD is pricing themselves right out of the marketplace in pretty much all models. Especially the Electric model-30K!

    I did take mine in yesterday for a gritty, hard to turn throttle. They fixed it in about 20 minutes! The sales team there are shaking their heads over price increases. Apparently one of the biggest complaints at this years Dealer meeting.
    Agreed I just don't see what they have done to justify an increase.
    2015 FLHX - LA Chopper's 10" bars w/heated grips, LA Chopper's Tru-Power 4" slipons with stock CAT in header, Ness Big Sucker A/C, V&H FP3 tuner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojo View Post
    Confirmation: Rear shift lever GONE from touring bikes.
    But hey - if you want the heel shift you can get one!
    https://www.harley-davidson.com/stor...k-heel-shifter
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldman View Post
    But hey - if you want the heel shift you can get one!
    https://www.harley-davidson.com/stor...k-heel-shifter
    Lol now it's a $50 dealer option...…. Maybe I ought to put mine up for sale!
    2015 FLHX - LA Chopper's 10" bars w/heated grips, LA Chopper's Tru-Power 4" slipons with stock CAT in header, Ness Big Sucker A/C, V&H FP3 tuner.

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    Information on the 2020s

    Crazy, went looking at 2020s today and they had 4 in stock. One was a CVO streetglide, 40,000 or so I think. Above my budget- sorry!


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    I have three heel shifters in a box from my last three SG's. Useless to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojo View Post
    I have three heel shifters in a box from my last three SG's. Useless to me.
    Yeah that.
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    I hate the heel shifters. I took them off my 2014 then the 2019 when I traded for that one. I do believe the windscreen vent button is needed. It actually works when riding in the rain and eliminating drops in your face.

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