Sinister Wheel InstallWhile looking for a new set of wheels for our black '09 Street Glide, we put a call in to our contact at Sinister Wheel to see what style of wheels the company had to dress up our dresser. After spying the catalog and peeping Sinister's website, we chose a set of all-black Billet Daddy wheels (21-inch front and 18-inch rear) with a 3/4-inch polished aluminum stripe along the rim. We ordered the rear wheel with a cushdrive hub so we could swap the H-D unit directly to the new wheels with no hassle. We also ordered a set of matching polished stainless steel rotors from Sinister to further pimp out our ride. Once the wheels arrived at our shop a short time later, we quickly gathered up our parts and humped them over to Wheel Works so they could mount them on our bike. (1.)The Sinister Billet Daddy Wheels have a unique, machined spoke look. (2.)Adam removed the OE front wheel and tire from our '09 Street Glide... (3.)...while Mat removed the rear wheel and tire. (4.)The tires were mounted to the wheels with special care taken not to scratch the painted finish. (4.)The tires were mounted to the wheels with special care taken not to scratch the painte (5.)Sinister's matching rotors are top-quality machined and polished stainless steel. (6.)The rotors were secured to the wheels using threadlocking compound. (7.)Once the tires and rotors had been mounted, the wheels were digitally balanced. (8.)The OE Cushdrive unit simply slipped onto Sinister's compatible hub. (9.)Adam then slid the rear wheel up under the rear fender, installed the belt, and checked for any clearance issues. (9.)Adam then slid the rear wheel up under the rear fender, installed the belt, and checke (10.)Mat installed the front wheel and checked the front fender for any interference. (11.)The front brakes were installed and the axle was tightend up. (12.)In this close up photo, the aluminum stripe on the wheel can be seen better. (13.)With the new wheels on the bike and the hard work done, Adam gives them a spit-shine and the bike was ready to ride. (13.)With the new wheels on the bike and the hard work done, Adam gives them a spit-shine SOURCES Sinister Wheel sinisterwheel.com Wheel Works By Jeff G. Holt Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!