New Zipper’s Cushion-Drive Chain Conversion Kit for 2009-Up Touring Models

1zippersInterested in a different final drive ratio or added driveline strength for your high output engine touring bike?

Zipper’s Performance makes your life easier, removing the hassle of converting your late model 2009-up belt driven Harley-Davidson® to chain drive.

This new is for 2009-up Harley Touring models, features a modular design for strength and easy ratio changes.

It is is supplied with a steel front sprocket, a 7075-T6 aerospace aluminum rear sprocket, and O-ring chain (available in standard metallic, gold, or black).

2zippersZipper’s cushion-drive chain conversion kit is equipped with a chrome-moly axle and severe-duty slider-style chain adjusters, eliminating the cam adjusters.

Conveniently, this system bolts-on and does not require modifications to the swing-arm.

Contact Zipper’s at 410-579-2828 for any additional inquiries about this kit. Part #817-707, MSRP $1,395.00. At

7 Responses to “New Zipper’s Cushion-Drive Chain Conversion Kit for 2009-Up Touring Models”

  1. 1 nicker Sep 4th, 2015 at 1:14 pm


    Back to basics.
    Chain driven motorcycles.
    Another step in killing off those unsightly, silly “rubber bands”…… 🙂


  2. 2 SIGFREED Sep 4th, 2015 at 7:04 pm

    You say that nic… Every other a-hole on a Triumph Bonneville is queuing up to change from a chain to a belt.

  3. 3 nicker Sep 4th, 2015 at 10:01 pm


    As you said……….

    “…Every other a-hole …”

    Eventually they all find out that Motorcycling isn’t for “a-holes.”
    One reason there is no shortage of hardly used scooters for sale.


  4. 4 mike corbin Sep 7th, 2015 at 11:47 am

    Nice Metal Dan !

  5. 5 mazz Sep 7th, 2015 at 12:02 pm

    Great kit but the price!! wow,

  6. 6 Woody's Sep 7th, 2015 at 4:16 pm

    Forward to the past. Don’t miss selling my second to last bike with a chain a month or so ago one bit. I’ll take a belt now any day.

  7. 7 nicker Sep 8th, 2015 at 12:28 pm

    “…take a belt now any day….”

    Realy?….. Why?


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