A two-inch extension of the front forks gives the FXB Sturgis a "chopper" look.

1982 Harley-Davidson FXB Sturgis Pictures

The 1982 Harley-Davidson FXB Sturgis motorcycle was based on the Low Rider chassis and engine, and it also featured primary and final drives fitted with toothed belts in lieu of the typical chains.

Black trim replaced brightwork on the headlight cover.

The dual belt system provided a clean, quiet, and mostly trouble-free operation.

Dark trim replaced a shiny finish on the "ham can" air cleaner, too.

The fuel tank was topped with a speedometer, tachometer, and matching filler caps.

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