Heartland USA introduces two Conversion Kits that convert the Harley-Davidson Dyna Models to stylish modern look. The 200 D allows you to run a 200mm tire and the 240 D allows you to run a 240mm tire. Both utilize Heartland’s patented Billet Aluminum Struts, Steel Fender and Leather Seat. (These Conversions fit Dyna models 2006 to Present)
Heartland USA 200 D Dyna Fender Conversion includes Pre-Drilled Unpainted [Raw Steel] 9″ wide rear fender, Solo Seat is leather with vinyl side bands, Billet Aluminum Struts that are slotted and pinned for Heartland’s Patented Second Seat options, Struts are finished in either Chrome, Gloss Black and TuxCut, Two fender lengths to choose from- Heartbreaker and the Heartlander.
Note: Rear Steel Fender Horns must to Cut off the frame to install the Heartland USA Rear Fender Conversion.
Heartland USA 240 D Dyna Fender Conversion uses the HL Patented Struts so you can install a 240mm rear tire on a Dyna, 11″ Wide Rear Fender (unpainted raw steel) and Steel Swing Arm System for 2006 plus Dyna Models. The kit includes includes Struts, Fender, Solo Seat, Swing Arm with Axle, 1/4″ Primary Off Set Kit and 20mm Belt, Fender come in three options – Heartbreaker, Heartlander and Heartlander with Plate Holder and CAT-Eye LED Light. Options are that you can add Internal Strut Lights to the Struts. Available in Raw or Gloss Black Swing Arm…Struts Finishes are Chrome or Gloss Black
Note: Rear portion of the frame supports must be removed. Custom offset rear wheel required and 20 mm Pulley. Proper offset wheels can be purchased from Heartland USA see wheel section
*Both Dyna conversion kits have the option of having a quick release Second Seat and the option of attaching travel side bags to the Second Seat, giving you the Bagger Option…Your Bike 3 Ways! The Ride, Rack and Rest is a quick release option that is compatible with all Heartland USA conversions. It performs three functions, Ride – Passenger seat, Rack – Luggage rack, and Rest – Rider’s backrest. A must have for any rider.
More info at http://www.heartlandbiker.com.