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Roland Sands Fork Brace For Harley Dyna & Sportster 1988-2015
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Roland Sands Fork Brace For Harley Dyna & Sportster

Simplification in the name of function is what this fork brace is all about. It allows you to get rid of the front fender without losing the integrity of the suspension. Eliminates fork twist and increases rigidity from stock while looking damn good.

Features:

  • Replaces front fender on bikes equipped with Narrowglide front end
  • Laser cut from 3/16" 1018 steel
  • Practically eliminates front fork flex
  • For use with up to a 21" x 3.5" front wheel/tire
  • Stamped Brass RSD Logo Badge
  • Chrome hardware included
  • Black Ops, Chrome or Black finish
  • Made in USA

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • 1988-2005 Dyna (FXR, FXD), and 1988-Up Sportster (XL) with 19" or 21" front wheel only
  • Perfect for converting your Dyna to a 19" or 21" front wheel or removing your fender on your Narrowglide Sporty - check legality
  • Will not fit Street Bob (FXDB), Switchback (FLD), Forty-Eight (XL1200X), 2011-20Up XL883L or XL1200C or Springer models
This Product Fits:
Harley Davidson
Dyna Glide Daytona FXDB-D 1992
Dyna Glide Sturgis FXDB-S 1991
Dyna Low Rider FXDL/I 19931997, 19992005
Dyna Super Glide FXD/I 19952005
Dyna Super Glide Sport FXDX 19992005
Dyna Super Glide Sport Touring FXDXT 2001, 2002, 2003
Low Glide/Low Rider FXRS 19881993
Low Rider Sport FXRS-SP 19881993
Sportster Custom XL883C 19982009
Sportster Deluxe XLH883DLX 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
Sportster Hugger XLH883HUG 19882003
Sportster Iron XL883N 20092015
Sportster Low XL1200L 19952011
Sportster Nightster XL1200N 20072012
Sportster Roadster XL1200R 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Sportster Roadster XL883R 20022012
Sportster Seventy-Two XL1200V 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Sportster Sport XL1200S 19962003
Sportster SuperLow XL1200T 2014, 2015
Sportster XL883 20042009
Super Glide Custom FXDC/I 2005
XLH1100 1988
XLH1200 19882003
XLH883 19882003
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Roland Sands Fork Brace For Harley Dyna Sportster 1988-2015 5 5 5 5
Serves its purpose I got this because I remove my front fender and always liked Elvis looked on bikes and also for stabilizing the forks. I honestly purchase this from someone else online but Only because I am cheap and for what it is. So while I think it is overpriced here I think it's overpriced or our purchased it also for what it does and it is. Looks good and serves its purposei'm happy with the purchase March 6, 2015
The little things count As we all know RSD makes some excellent pieces and this one is no exception. The brace is very well made. The design is top notch and it just completes the look of the sportster. Price wise, its a bit on the expensive side but thats what we pay for if you want RSD on your bike. Overall I think that the brace is great and it does what its designed to do. I recommend this piece and I will be putting more RSD products on my sportster. December 25, 2013
Heavy duty, great looking, and functional to boot! I'm a big fan of most everything that Roland Sands creates. His stuff is first rate. I wanted to go fenderless with my sportster cafe build but didn't want to have to turn the sliders to eliminate the fender bosses. Basically I bought this to take up the fender mounting holes. That said, this could be mounted with the fender. It looks awesome, heavy crinkled finish, and has enough clearance. In addition it's strong enough to have a real effect on handling, stiffening up those bendy sportster forks. Highly recommend this. November 25, 2013
Great product very well design and great finishing I'm very happy with your service super fast shipping and best price in the market I will buy again. August 5, 2013
Thick and Sturdy Quality American Product. Like all RSD parts the fit and finish are superb. Includes mounting hardware with lock nuts. Installation took all of 5 minutes. Powdercoat is thick and should hold up well. This completes the street tracker look of my nightster,and complements the array of RSD parts on the bike. Clip ons,headlight and guage relocator,gas cap,seat. All parts available here at Revzilla. May 9, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Christopher P: Took off front fender needed something to take place of the fender Mar 17, 2015
matthew m: i went with the RSD front end brace because of the style and color choice. Also in doing the research I found that there weren't many to choose from. Nov 15, 2014
George P: wanted to stiffen up front end, and ditch front fender. Mar 4, 2014
A S asked: Can I mount this with a fender to raise the fender an inch or so? Jul 31, 2014
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Jared F: This bracket is to REPLACE the fender only. It can not be installed with a fender. It is essentially a stylish brace to maintain the same structural integrity between the 2 forks once you take the fender off. Jul 31, 2014
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John P: This mounts in the same holes as the fender does so you lose your mounting points. You could perhaps jam it together but it wasn't designed to be mounted that way. Jul 31, 2014
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Shawn H: No, you'd be better off just making some extensions if all you want to do is raise the fender. Aug 1, 2014
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Randall H: I don't think so. The brace uses the same screw holes that you would mount the fender too. Aug 3, 2014
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Dylan S: I don't think so, it's made to just replace the fender. Jul 31, 2014
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Grant W asked: Anybody who has hit a small puddle with this thing on their bike... Will it eliminate the water wheel effect that occurs without a front fender? I'm not looking to ride in a downpour with it I just want to be able to go over a little wetness on the road without getting a face full of water droplets. Mar 10, 2014
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A s: This is a front fork brace not a front fender. It allows you to remove the front fender while increasing rigidity. It will not do anything to protect your face from water droplets. It will stabilize your front fork much better than stock, with or especially without fender.
Plus, it just looks badass.
If water droplets are your concern, invest in a quality full face helmet or at least good eye protection.
Mar 16, 2014
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Grant W: Thanks for the quick reply, and good advice. I'm pretty used to avoiding the wet because I'm rockin' no front fender as of right now. I'll be purchasing it soon regardless of it's "anti-water wheel" capabilities. Mostly because I know I need something up front to brace the forks but a sporty front end is too cool to spoil with a fender. Mar 11, 2014
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Alex M: I have it, and my advice would be to dodge the puddles. It might be slightly better than nothing, but that's not what it's really meant to do. Mar 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: will this fit my 2014 XL883N? Jun 3, 2014
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John P: These braces are sold by width. They come for wide glides and narrow forks and the product description generally gives the width between the outside of the brace legs.
The brace goes into the holes where the front fender is mounted so if you measure between the distance between the inside of those mounting points you'll have the correct measurement.
Jun 3, 2014
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Randall H: Yes Jun 4, 2014
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Jorge A M asked: I have a 2002 sportster 1200 xl custom. which Fork Brace do i need for it, the narrow or the wide one??? Oct 17, 2013
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John P: Sportsters in general would take the narrow brace. That said, you will very easily be able to tell if you have the wrong one before opening the package and Revzilla is great at exchanges if you haven't mounted the part.

Good looking piece, I'm going fender-less and this part means I don't have to remove the fender mounting points from the forks AND it will stiffen up the front end.
Oct 17, 2013
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Jared F: Narrow. Unless you have a massive front tire like the 48, all the sportsters are narrow. Oct 17, 2013
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troy c asked: will this product fit my 2014 XL883N? Jun 3, 2014
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troy c asked: will this fit my 2014 XL883N? Jun 3, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
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Black Ops 871945 0208-2034-TBP Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Chrome 871228 0208-2034-CH In Stock: Ships within 24 hours