For nearly a quarter century, Covington’s Customs has been setting new standards in the world of custom motorcycles. Jerry and Kathleen Covington lead their Oklahoma team in producing unique aftermarket parts and accessories for Harleys, baggers and custom bikes, while also doing one-off custom builds. Their creations are fully functional while being visually vibrant, and will make any ride turn heads. With Covington’s Customs motorcycle parts on your machine, you’ll turn your bike into an award-winning ride that’s always at the head of the class.
All of their parts are made from billet metals that are incredibly durable while giving off a stunning appearance. Covington’s Custom body parts run the gamut from firewall plates to dipstick covers, all of which will add character to your ride. Make space for a beefy 21-inch front tire by ordering a front fender relocator kit, or give people an intimidating stare in their rearview mirror with a glossy frame filler grill. And if you’ve always wanted a low rider, a Covington’s Customs rear lowering kit will give you that vintage bagger look.
You never want to face a choice between comfort and style, and thanks to Covington forward controls, you won’t have to. Find dimpled brake arms, shift levers, brake pedal pads and more that are CNC-machined for quality with gleaming black and chrome finishes. A Covington’s Customs heel shift eliminator keeps your shift shaft aligned when you remove the heel shift lever, and we have numerous footpegs and floorboards to support your feet on long rides. Covers are one of the simplest ways to add flair, and Covington’s has sharp master cylinder covers, ignition switch covers head derby covers, fuel door covers and many others.
It’s easy to find the right parts when you enter your Harley’s model and year into our fitment tool, and if you’re going full custom feel free to contact our Tech Team if you have any questions. With low prices and free same-day shipping on all orders over $89, you can make the custom bike of your dreams without spending a fortune thanks to Covington’s Customs and Dennis Kirk.