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purchased a nightrod 2008 that has been laid down on the left side, shifter bent into the frame piece.
if anyone is selling this piece please pm me


Frame lower, LEFT (black color)
OEM number: #47987-07BK
 

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You shouldn't put your email address in a post. You are almost guaranteed to have scammers sending you mails telling you they have the part when they probably dont even know what it is. Much better waiting till you comply with the forum rules and post in the correct wanted section, then people can PM you if they have something. On a second point, these are almost impossible to find and you would be much better off repairing the one you have. It's what most do. Simple enough and a hell of a lot cheaper.
 

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You shouldn't put your email address in a post. You are almost guaranteed to have scammers sending you mails telling you they have the part when they probably dont even know what it is. Much better waiting till you comply with the forum rules and post in the correct wanted section, then people can PM you if they have something. On a second point, these are almost impossible to find and you would be much better off repairing the one you have. It's what most do. Simple enough and a hell of a lot cheaper.
thank you for the notice. just got on here so didn't know! changed it
 

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You shouldn't put your email address in a post. You are almost guaranteed to have scammers sending you mails telling you they have the part when they probably dont even know what it is. Much better waiting till you comply with the forum rules and post in the correct wanted section, then people can PM you if they have something. On a second point, these are almost impossible to find and you would be much better off repairing the one you have. It's what most do. Simple enough and a hell of a lot cheaper.
repairing with a welder?
 

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repairing with a welder?
Yes, bend it back into the correct position and then remove it (only 4 bolts) and have it rewelded. When done properly they are better than original. Any good fab shop should be able to help you.
 

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It is also still available from Harley.
 

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Finally a true HD (Hundreds of Dollars)
 
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