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Sportster Iron 1200

Harley Sportster Iron 1200 Crash Bars

Before you head out on the highways with your Harley Sportster model, you may want to check if your ride has everything it may need equipped to its framework. Aside from the primary components needed to help your motorcycle run, your vehicle might need a protective frame for your engine. 

This page will serve as a guide on Viking Bags’ Harley Sportster Iron 1200 crash bars, giving you the full overview of this equipment’s traits and layout. 

Sportster Iron 1200

Features of Harley Sportster Iron 1200 Crash Bars

Harley Iron 1200 crash bars are built to be tough and long-lasting due to being constructed out of dense steel bars. The rounded shape of the steel bars makes it easy to grip the crash bars, while also making them resistant to rain, wind, debris, and rust. So that the bottom and surface of Sportster Iron 1200 crash bars have extra durability, they are laced with a copper coat and black powder-coat finish respectively. 

The primary function of this motorcycle equipment is to form a protective ring around the circumference of the engine. Similar to a fence, it keeps out fixed obstacles, road hazards, and vehicles, keeping enough space between the engine and any possible dangers. 

Design of Harley Sportster Iron 1200 Crash Bars

The primary aesthetic factor of Harley Sportster Iron 1200 crash bars is the glossy black surface. Almost every example of this equipment has an open frame with rims that are slightly bent with angled points around the circumference. There is a square-shaped point along the bottom with holes drilled into it, being the point of connection between the Harley Iron 1200 crash bars and your vehicle.