Mileage: 607 Mi Year: 2014 Condition: Used LOADED UP - LIKE NEW The 2014 Harley-Davidson Sportster Forty-Eight design XL1200X is among the garage customized bikes in the Harley Dark Custom line. This bike cruises down the road with a 1,200 cubic centimeter Evolution engine an engine with a true Harley-Davidson soul. New for 2014, the Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight design has an effective new braking system and optional anti-lock brakes. Another option is Hard Candy Custom paint, a huge metal flake paint surface that remembers the famous styling of 1970s custom bikes, and offers scorching color showing through a deep, rich finish. Comfy brand-new ergonomic hand controls are likewise brand-new for 2014. The Forty-Eight design likewise has a genuine peanut tank which initially appeared on Harley-Davidson back in 1948 (its name origin) and has been a specifying Sportster feature since. The front end of the bike looks sturdy with its fat MT90 tire. The Harley Sportster Forty-Eight model appearance is boosted with the reduced front and rear suspension. Add a low seat height, and you have a major looking motorcycle with an approachable riding position. Take some time and look over the functions of this Harley Dark Custom model, consisting of the special under-mount motorbike mirrors. The Harley Forty-Eight model is among the many Harley Sportster bikes, each with a different style. Look into the Sportster XL883L design, and all the other Sportster customized bikes including the Iron 883 design. CATEGORY_NAME: Motorcycles TYPE: Sportster MILEAGE: 607 STOCK_NUM: UW4-381 DEALER_NAME: Wild Fire Harley-Davidson/Buell DEALER_ID: 1046 COLOR: Hard Candy Volcanic Orange Flake.

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