If you want to install a great new radio system in your Harley-Davidson to really customize your sound, you’ll first have to remove the radio your Harley came with. It’s not as intimidating as it sounds, fortunately, and Fat Head Cycles can walk you through the process. After all, everyone deserves great tunes on the road!
The process of removing the radio on a Harley is a pretty simple one — just follow these eight steps:
Remember that there are differences between removing the Street Glide radio and the Road Glide radio, though the overall idea is the same. Watch the Fat Head Cycles videos on installing your radio to get more tips and walk-throughs specific to your model.
If you have a CD player or other radio that’s just not cutting it, remember that installing your own radio, speakers or sound system will let you customize your Harley and make the freedom of the open road even more appealing.