2,886 Motorcycles Recalled By Harley-Davidson Over Crash Risk

Posted on December 9, 2013

2,886 motorcycles of the 2014 model year are being recalled by the Harley-Davidson Motor Company because of a potential safety issue that could arise.  These motorcycles could have clutch release plates that are inappropriate for the given units.  Because of this, a rider might not be able to disengage the clutch.  When this occurs during riding, the motorcycle may not be able slow or be pulled into a stop.  This could lead the rider to be involved in a crash.  Owners of the FXSBE, FLSTNSE, and FLHTCUTG motorcycles potentially affected by the recall should receive notification soon, as the recall started a couple months back.  An inspection and, if needed, a free replacement service will be carried out by dealers.

Click here for more about the recall.

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