Harley-Davidson Motor Co. Rear Axle Nut Covers

    Part Number 41704-09


    Finish / Color: Chrome




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    Cover your rear axle nut in the most traditional way.

    • Features Harley-Davidson® Motor Co. graphic
    • Complement the matching Front Axle Nut covers
    • Easy-to-install, these cover kits include necessary mounting hardware
    • Sold in pairs


    • Collection

      Harley-Davidson Motor Co.
    • Warranty

      1 year limited warranty – Go to for full details
    • Sold in Unit

    • In The Box

      All necessary mounting hardware


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    Fits '08-'17 Dyna® and '08-later Softail® models (except FXCW, FXCWC, FXSB, FXSBSE, FXSE, FXST-AUS and '18-later FLFB, FLFBS, FLSB, FXBR, FXBRS and FXDRS).

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    H-D Motor Co. Rear Axle Nut Covers is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keep 'em covered! A little bit of chromed eye candy to clean up the unfinished look. Besides that, it's always a good idea to ride with your nuts covered.
    Date published: 2017-11-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect accent Love these and they look great on my blacked out Dyna. Just a little Crome to stand out.
    Date published: 2016-12-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from lThe perfect look Is very important and look very clean the front end and the rear end with that cover
    Date published: 2016-04-23
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Scratches on the right side I've installed it in my 2012 Fat Boy. After riding my bike a few blocks, I noted that the cover used on the left-sided rear axle nut was scratched. It happened because one of the original rear exausts (shot gun shape) inevitably touches the cover. So, I recommend you to think about if you will install both the covers in Fat Boy bikes with original shot-gun exausts.
    Date published: 2014-08-03
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    Q & A

    Left side rear axle nut cover ( skull ). Would like to know trick to keep on.

    My prob sounds just like hawgfans from Arkansas. I've been thru 2 covers with 1 found replaced and lost again. All were placed exactly as instructions indicated. Front two and right side, no problems. This could be a serious problem to self or especially those following behind me. I really like these covers and would appreciate any or all suggestions. Thanks. ✌️
    Asked by: Tumbleweed
    Hello Tumbleweed, We are not aware of any issues with these covers falling off. Please see the link below for the correct installation of them. Please make sure you have them on the correct side of the motorcycle as indicated. Thank you!
    Answered by: JD34
    Date published: 2015-03-17

    Help with installation.

    I have a Softail Deluxe and have installed all the axle nut covers on my bike. For some reason my bike keeps throwing the left rear cover off. I'm really not sure what the problem is. I installed the same covers on a friends Fatboy and he just rides and rides. Myself I've gone through 3 sets. The last ones lasting about 160 miles max. I just don't get it. Any help out there? please
    Asked by: Hawgfan
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