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2006 Harley-Davidson FLHRS - Road King Custom, This Road King Custom has been upgraded with true dual exhaust, and loaded with chrome pieces all over. 2006 Harley-Davidson® Road King® Custom The Road King® Custom arrives on the scene with the power and style of a traveling rock-and-roll show, drawing fans from all over.
Up for sale is a stock seat off a 2005 Road King Custom. This seat was used for a season and stored away in a closet. This seat is in great shape and used very little.
The Custom version is more fashionable than Harley's standard Road King, but that style requires various functional concessions, especially if your destination is a couple of states away.
Low, lean and clean, the '05 Harley-Davidson FLHRS/I Road King Custom strikes an appealing profile for around-town jaunts as well as the open road. The price of admission may be steep, but with the King, at least there are few surprises.
The Road King Custom might not be much of a high-performance bike, but the first time I laid eyes on one, it went from zero to redline on my lust-o-meter in nothing flat.
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The 2019 Road King Special has top-of-the-line power with a blacked-out custom look that rules the road.
2018 ROAD KING ®. This is where stripped down, nostalgic style meets the performance and versatility of a modern Harley-Davidson ® touring machine.
2002 Harley-Davidson 95ci Road King - The Neglected One. Ric Greene and the boys at Southeast Custom Cycles in Concord, North Carolina have been wrenching on and building up some killer baggers for customers for a few years now and a byproduct of selling such cool bikes is that people want to trade in their old dogs to shave off some duckets in order to get the bike of their dreams.