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1995 Harley Heritage Softail


1995 Harley Heritage Softail

Here are some of the basic facts about the Harley Softail for the Harley Davidson motorcycle buff who don't already know. Harley introduced the name Softail to the world back in the 1980's as a way to describe the hidden suspension on the bike. The word softail ultimately wound up being used as an adjective describing any bike with a hidden rear suspension, but I believe HD Motorcyle actually trademarked the term. The Softail, though looking more like a hardtail, can absorb road shock as good as any bike out on the road today. It maintains that signature Harley Davidson hardtail image while providing the rider an experience that is much easier on the back. Please rate this 1995 Harley Heritage Softail, bookmark it for voting purposes, or post a comment using the box below... Ride Safe...

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  1. This was built by my brother and Stoneys Biker Barn. Paint was done by Mark Muffick. All chrome is Pro One or Arlen Ness. Wheels are 80 spoke American Wire. Vance and Hines long Shots.

    Comment by Radar - posted on 11/05/2013
  2. I know this bike! It belongs to my husband. Love it!

    Comment by Renee - posted on 11/06/2013

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