2009 Harley-Davidson Fire/Rescue TLE Sidecar

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2009 Harley-Davidson Fire/Rescue TLE Sidecar
2009 Harley-Davidson Fire/Rescue TLE Sidecar

– 2009 Harley-Davidson Fire/Rescue TLE Sidecar

2009 Harley-Davidson Fire/Rescue TLE Sidecar

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2009 Harley-Davidson Fire/Rescue TLE Sidecar – Specifications

U.S. UNITS

DIMENSIONS U.S. UNITS
LENGTH 78.4 in.

WIDTH

SIDECAR WIDTH 23.5 in.

WIDTH FROM BRACKET TO SIDECAR WHEEL 53.3 in.

OVERALL HEIGHT 42.1 in.

WEIGHT

WEIGHT 234 lbs.

GROSS AXLE WEIGHT RATING 300 lbs.

WHEELS/TIRES
WHEELS Black, 9-spoke cast aluminum

TIRE SIZE D402 MT90B16

ELECTRICAL
LIGHTS Directional signal, tail lights, fender tip lamp

CHASSIS
FRAME Easy toe in/out adjustment

BRAKES Single disc; hydraulic disc brake on third wheel

SUSPENSION Single leaf-spring

COLOR OPTIONS
Fire Engine Red

 

METRIC UNITS

DIMENSIONS
LENGTH 1989.2 mm

WIDTH

SIDECAR WIDTH 596.4 mm

WIDTH FROM BRACKET TO SIDECAR WHEEL 1351.5 mm

OVERALL HEIGHT 1069.1 mm

WEIGHT

WEIGHT 106.14 kg

GROSS AXLE WEIGHT RATING 136.2 kg

WHEELS/TIRES
WHEELS Black, 9-spoke cast aluminum

TIRE SIZE D402 MT90B16

ELECTRICAL
LIGHTS Directional signal, tail lights, fender tip lamp

CHASSIS
FRAME Easy toe in/out adjustment

BRAKES Single disc; hydraulic disc brake on third wheel

SUSPENSION Single leaf-spring

COLOR OPTIONS
Fire Engine Red



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Availability may vary from dealer to dealer, and is subject to change without notice.

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