Introducing Three for Thursday

Welcome to Three for Thursday, a new feature that we’ll be posting each week (on Thursdays, naturally) in order to bring you information on Kuryakyn’s best products. Each Thursday, we’ll highlight three new products that are timely, available at a great price and ready to launch your daring concept to become a daring reality. New items for our inaugural week include the Transmission Shift Arm Cover (Kuryakyn Part Number 1068), the One-Piece Inner Primary Cover (Kuryakyn Part Number 7780) and the Turn Signal Bar Filler Panel (Kuryakyn Part Number 3156). Be sure to come back next Thursday for more!

Transmission Shift Arm Cover

Name and part number? Transmission Shift Arm Cover (p/n 1068)

Where does it go? On the rear shift arm located on the left side of the bike between the inner primary and the transmission, just behind the rear cylinder.

What makes this part so great? It really makes chroming the rear shift arm painless and hassle free. With this cover, there is no need to disassemble half your bike or spend a fortune, all the while waiting on the chrome shop’s schedule. This is a small part that is inexpensive and is one of those must-have add-on pieces that anyone can appreciate.

What is it made of? Cast aluminum.

Is it hard to install? Nope.  All you need is a 7/16-inch open wrench to unbolt the rear shift linkage bolt. The part is simply mounted between the rear shift arm and the shift linkage.

What bikes will this part fit? 2001-’10 Electra Glides, Road Glides, Street Glides, Road Kings, & Trikes; all 2001-’10 Softails, & all 2001-’10 Dynas.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? A variety of Shift Linkages, Rear Cylinder Base covers, and a number of Shift Levers, Inner Primary Covers, and Cylinder Base covers.

One-Piece Inner Primary Cover

Name and part number? One-Piece Inner Primary Cover (p/n 7780)

Where does it go? On the top of the inner primary, located on the left side of the motorcycle.

What makes this part so great? To get your primary chromed in the old days, you’d have to disassemble most of your motor, spend hundreds, if not thousands of dollars, and be without your bike for weeks. What’s so great about this piece is that in about 10 minutes — and for a fraction of the cost — you can achieve the same look, if not better, for a fraction of the cost. And better yet, this is a one-piece cover that is smooth and seamless. The original Inner Primary cover came in two pieces designed to accommodate head pipes that crossed above the starter and transmission on Touring Bikes up to 2008. How about bikes with two-into-one headpipes?  Or 2009 and 2010s with no pipe in that location? We now have the solution —and it looks flawless.

What is it made of? Cast aluminum.

Is it hard to install? Not at all. You simply need a 3/16-inch allen wrench and about 10 minutes.

What bikes will this part fit? 2007 to 2008 Harley-Davidson Touring bikes with a two-into-one header pipe, and 2009 to 2010 Harley-Davidson Touring bikes with stock or aftermarket head pipes where the rear pipe runs underneath the transmission.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? Our Cylinder Base Cover is a must-have with the inner primary and really completes the look.

Turn Signal Bar Filler Panel

Name and part number? Turn Signal Bar Filler Panel (p/n 3156)

Where does it go? On the top of the turn signal/brake light bar.

What makes this part so great? This part cleans up the rear end of your bike by covering the exposed wires running into the rear light bar. For less than the price of a taxi ride across NYC, you can ditch that unfinished look provided by the factory.

What is it made of? Lightweight, durable ABS plastic.

Is it hard to install? A New York minute is longer than it takes to put this part on. All you need is a clean, soft cloth to dry after cleaning with the supplied alcohol swap. Thepart is fastened using 3M adhesive.

What bikes will this part fit? 2010 Street Glides and Road Glide Customs.

What else do you make to coordinate with this part? To really transform the rear of your 2010 Street Glide or Road Glide Custom, we also offer a Curved License Plate Mount, Rear Fender Accents and our Deep Dish Bezels. All of these parts can be put on in just a short amount of time and will dramatically enhance the appearance of your bike.

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