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Monday 28 February 2022

Midwest Motorcycle Supply

Midwest/Ultima 2022 Catalog

The 2022 Midwest Motorcycle Supply catalog "has all the essentials that matter most, at affordable prices - plus our own proprietary Ultima Products engine family that powers custombike builds the world over.
"Projects such as Rods & Rides Custom Motorcycle's award-winning combinations (sidecars), Bobbers, Choppers, Derakes and Trikes.  Our dealers receive a weekly sale flyer called the "Friday to Friday Sale" featuring these bikes as well as any builds that they want to contribute and share. This year's catalog cover features Rods & Rides' tribute to the golden age of sidecars (1950s) - the "Morenci" combination.

"For 2022 we have added 100 ci and 124 ci displacements to our 113 Ultima Twin Cam replacement engine line. They are available silver, black, polished and in a stunning 'Blackout finish'. These finishes also apply to our Ultima Evo style Competition Series engines as well as our Ultima Shovelhead engines. We have a rebuild program for Twin Cam and Evo engines. Engine parts like flywheels for early and late Twin Cams and Evos are available as well as new M-8 parts.
"Ultima late model primary 2" and 3.25" belt drives for 06' and up Dyna and 07' to present Softails are also all available in black.
"Our wheel line includes 'Vortex', 'Manhattan', 'Kool Kat' and 'King Spoke' aluminum wheels, including 23" and 26" sizes, all available in black cut series or polished.
"All our drivetrain products, such as the belt drives and transmissions, are rugged, long lasting units and available for Evo Softail and Twin Cam and Evo Dynas. Complete drivetrain packages include the Ultima 6 RSD or LSD transmissions, powerful ThunderFire starter motors and ThunderVolt AGM batteries.
"Also in the Ultima family of products are a line of ignitions, throttle and idle cables, gaskets, forward controls - available polished or black anodized - handlebars, Springer front ends, calipers and brackets, gas and oil tanks, exhaust systems and much more."