• DK Custom Products Premium Tank Lift Kits for Tri-Glides and Harley Conversions

    Whether you have a Tri-Glide or a Harley Conversion, DK Custom Products has a Tank Lift Kit to fit your bike. Made in The USA from American cold rolled steel, with a durable black powder coat finish. The patented purpose driven design is made to match the natural lines of your Trike.

    Why consider a Tank Lift?

    ● More air-flow over the engine, makes for a cooler running engine
    ● Uncovering the Chrome Rocker Covers lets them be seen, AND makes for easier cleaning
    ● Directs more air under the tank (better cooling) and less air over the top of the tank, resulting in a reduction/elimination of helmet buffeting for many riders.

    Sizes range from 1.5 - 3, and there is a Deluxe Option that works particularly well for Tri-Glides and Touring Model Conversions.

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    DK Custom Products

    Red Banks, MS
    Support@DKCustomProducts.com
    662-252-8828



    Comments 9 Comments
    1. Lholland0951's Avatar
      Lholland0951 -
      Will this tank riser interfere with a 5 degree trees
    1. bikerbillone's Avatar
      bikerbillone -
      Looking for a friend, he wants after market arm rests for a 2015 TriGlide, can't seem to find them. Kury has some under development, but you know what that means. Pls comment to <a href="mailto:bikerbillwms@yahoo.com">bikerbillwms@ yahoo.com</a>
    1. FuzzyWuzHe's Avatar
      FuzzyWuzHe -
      After seeing Kevin's, I put in an order for the 1.5" w/deluxe option and a set of the rider floor board relocators.
    1. gerald martin's Avatar
      gerald martin -
      how does the seat fit when you raise the back of the tank?
    1. FuzzyWuzHe's Avatar
      FuzzyWuzHe -
      Actually really well ... I noticed the front raised just a tad, but I kinda like it ... really fits, like a bucket seat
    1. MarineDoc's Avatar
      MarineDoc -
      What do they do for the fuel gauge float? Does the gauge continue to read true or there a sight change?
    1. nucseal's Avatar
      nucseal -
      Unfortunately I couldn't use the lift. Handle bars got in the way. But if you use the deluxe lift, there will be no change in the fuel gauge; because it lifts the front as well as the back.

      Nuc
    1. DK Custom Products's Avatar
      DK Custom Products -
      Quote Originally Posted by MarineDoc View Post
      What do they do for the fuel gauge float? Does the gauge continue to read true or there a sight change?
      If it is a 14 or later, there is no effect on the gas gauge. On 13 and earlier models it may change the fuel gauge a little (1/4 of a gallon)..sometimes that will make them more accurate, other times less.

      Quote Originally Posted by nucseal View Post
      Unfortunately I couldn't use the lift. Handle bars got in the way. But if you use the deluxe lift, there will be no change in the fuel gauge; because it lifts the front as well as the back.

      Nuc
      If you are running stock bars or any kind of apes, you should be able to use a 1.5" lift. It is important to loosen the rear tank bolts and slide the tank all the way back. Doing that should give clearance for the bars. Only time that would not work is if you have the bars adjusted way down...sort of like a cafe placement.

      Kevin
    1. firebikerd's Avatar
      firebikerd -
      The 2" Tank lift fits great on my 2015 along with the rear tank spacers It looks real good!
      My dealer service Mgr noticed it right away and comments on it every time he sees it!

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