2012 Harley-Davidson® FLSTF - Fat Boy®

U013041


Price: $13,990

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2012 Harley-Davidson® FLSTF - Fat Boy®

Price
$13,990
Condition
Preowned Vehicle
Stock Number
U013041
Year
2012
Make
Harley-Davidson®
Model
FLSTF - Fat Boy®
Family
Softail®
Color
Midnight Pearl with Brilliant Silver Pearl
Engine
Twin Cam™ 103B
Looks Great & Rides Even Better

The Harley-Davidson Softail Fat Bob has a 1690cc Twin Cam 103B V-Twin engine with an Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPI). New for 2012, the Softail Fat Bob has been given a low profile, 1.25-inch internally-wired handlebar to make your ride more enjoyable and the Security Package Option with Anti-Lock braking System and the Harley-Davidson Smart Security System.

Year 2012
Manufacturer Harley-Davidson
Model Fat Boy - FLSTF
Engine Type Twin Cam 103B
Engine Displacement 1690cc
Bore Stroke 98.4 mm x 111.1 mm
Cooling Air-Cooled
Compression Ratio 9.6:1
Fuel System Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection
Ignition Electronic
Starting System 1.2 Kw Electric with solenoid shift starter motor engagement
Transmission 6-Speed Cruise Drive
Final Drive Belt, 32/66 ratio
Rake Trail 31° / 5.8 in.
Seat Height 27.1 in.
Wheelbase 64.5 in.
Front Suspension 5.1 in. (130 mm)
Rear Suspension 4.3 in. (109 mm)
Front Brake 4-piston Patented, uniform expansion rotors
Rear Brake 2-piston Patented, uniform expansion rotors
Front Tire 140/75-17
Rear Tire 200/55-17
Fuel Capacity 5.0 gal.
Dry Weight 694 lbs.
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On a cross country trip the water pump on my 2016 Road Glide failed. I was just outside Reno, NV and I called Colonial Harley and spoke to Dave in the service department. I was told I could safely continue riding. I stopped in Grand Island, NE and had the water pump replaced. After having the pump replaced whenever I shut the bike down it would push coolant out the overflow. I called Colonial again and Dave advised to check the radiator cap. Sure enough it was not fully secured. I tightened the cap, stopped at a Harley dealer in Indiana and topped off the coolant and pressed on. It is truly reassuring to know that when you need help you can call and get dedicated, knowledgeable people that can and will give you the help you need. The folks in Service at Colonial know Harley's! Everyone at Colonial from MotorClothes, Parts, Sales and Service are knowledgeable, helpful, and dedicated to getting it right when helping you. If you're considering buying a bike, riding gear, parts for your bike or having it worked on, Colonial Harley is the only place I would recommend.

Bob F, Dunnsville, VA