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Billy
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Have you looked at this site, it has nice drawing with all the part numbers.

http://www.bikebandit.com/
I called a dealer and got a part #47987-05 and when I type it into Surdyke.com it comes up as Satin Gray. There is also a part # for gray. I need to be sure I get the right one for a 2003 anniversary model. Is it satin or the other gray.
 

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from stever975 in this post

For left side frame rail change 47988 to 47987:
47987-05 is satin gray for early models
47987-05BGO is "leafy aluminum" as used on '04 and '05 VRSCA.
47987-05BK is black for VRSCB
47987-07BGO is "leafy aluminum" for latest models
47987-07BK is black for latest models

so, yours is 03A, use 47987-05.
 

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My 2003 parts manual lists 47987-01 for the left side frame rail. a -05 means it is for a 2005 model and later.
 

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I think HD supersedes that part number. I am sure its 47987-05. I have a 03A and last December I replaced lower left frame due to rolling burnout mishap :banghead: ordered from Zanotti for $166.
 

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Yes,the 47987-05 is the superseded number for the 47987-01.
If you can find a stocking dealer with part # 47987-01,it is less money than the new part #.Have the local dealer run 47987-01 on locater to see if there is a dealer in the US still stocking it.
 

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Billy
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Yes,the 47987-05 is the superseded number for the 47987-01.
If you can find a stocking dealer with part # 47987-01,it is less money than the new part #.Have the local dealer run 47987-01 on locater to see if there is a dealer in the US still stocking it.
You guys are the best. Thanks a ton. I am looking forward to having my bike back to normal.:moped:
 
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