Not all mods have to be difficult or time consuming to have a big impact. Sometimes the right upgrades with a few hand tools and a little bit of Loctite done on a Saturday afternoon can quickly give your bike a custom touch. We took our 2017 Harley-Davidson Street Glide #gleamingthecube and added some floorboards and grips from Accutronix, pegs from Speed Merchant, and a little bit trim from Klock Werks to spruce up the look. Our buddies at Strictly Hawgs handled the install and only took a casual hour or so.
Step 1: For installing the windshield trim, first remove the screws holding on the windscreen. Step 2: Gently bend the trim and align the holes. Step 3: Screw in stock screws and—voilà—you’re done! Step 4: A tiny bit of work makes a big impact.
Step 5: Next for the Speed Merchant pegs, remove the stock rear shifter peg. Step 6: Install the Speed Merchant pegs after adding a bit of Loctite. Step 7: These metal pegs will look much better with the new floorboards. Step 8: Remove the stock floorboards with the bolt underneath.
Step 9: Install the new floorboards on the correct side. Step 10: We had to purchase a new bracket from Harley-Davidson to run the rear floorboards. Step 11: First remove the stock peg mounts. Gently tap the Torx socket into the head to avoid stripping the bolt. Step 12: Install the bracket onto the Accutronix rear boards.
Step 13: The new boards have a much more custom look over stock. Step 14: Remove the rear clutch side grip by pulling it off. Step 15: Set screws keep the new grips from slipping. Step 16: Loosen the stock controls to remove the throttle side grip.
Step 17: Remove the stock grip. Step 18: Place the new grip in and retighten the controls.