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DIN Radio Install Kit
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After dealing with enough weird blocks and goofy ways of mounting aftermarket radios on bikes, we designed this cradle and bezel combination to mount a single DIN radio in place of a stock H-D radio. Simply bolt in the cradle where your stock radio came from, and then use the supplied o-ring on the bezel to seal the radio tight against weather and vibration. The black anodized aluminum bezel completes the perfect fit install with a perfect look as well. It doesn't get easier than this.
Compatible Bikes
FLHX FLTR FLHT
'06-'13 '98-'13 '96-'13
Key Features
Mounts using stock locations and hardware
Steel cradle construction for durability / strength
Provides support in place of stock radio
Rear tab allows radio stud mounting for stability
No modifications necessary
Clean black anodized aluminum finish on bezel
Kit Includes
1 - DB235 DIN Radio Bezel
1 - DC235 DIN Radio Cradle
1 - O-Ring Seal
1 - Installation Hardware Kit
  • Bezel & Cradle
  • Single DIN Bezel
  • Single DIN Cradle
  • Bezel & Cradle On A Radio
Note: This kit includes everything needed to mount a single DIN aftermarket radio in your factory fairing (except for the radio of course). It does not include the electronic adapter required to convert your hand control functions.
 Installation - DK470 DIN Radio Assembly [From Mechanical Drawings]
 DIN Radio Bezel/Cradle [From User Guides]
DK470 Harley-Davidson Applications

Street Glide Road Glide Electra Glide
2006-2013 1998-2013 1996-2013
FLHX FLTR, FLTRSE FLHT, FLHTC, FLHTCU, FLHTCSE, FLHTCUSE

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Price: $109.95
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