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2012 Harley Fat Bob Comparison Photo Gallery

With plenty of power courtesy of its Twin Cam 103 engine and a beefy profile highlighted by a 130mm-wide Michelin Scorcher tire, the 2012 Harley Fat Bob is ready for riders to grab hold of its drag bars and roll on the throttle. Find out how it rates against the Judge in our 2013 Victory Judge vs 2012 Harley Fat Bob Comparison.

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Introducing the 2012 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob.
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The Fat Bob is stable in turns and the Michelin Scorchers provide excellent grip.
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After spending plenty of saddle time on the 2013 Victory Judge and the 2012 Harley Fat Bob, we found the cruisers fairly evenly matched.
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Dual discs and a slotted disc wheel anchor the front end of the 2012 Fat Bob.
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2012 Harley Fat Bob vs 2013 Victory Judge dyno chart.
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The Fat Bob seat is nicely padded.
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The Harley Fat Bob has plenty of arm-wrenching torque available almost immediately in the powerband.
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Drag bars on risers and internal wiring help keep the look of the Fat Bob nice and tidy.
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Drag bars and forward-mounted controls leave riders with plenty of room to stretch out on the 2012 Harley Fat Bob.
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Harley's Twin Cam 103 engine on the 2012 Fat Bob put out 85.53 lb-ft of torque @ 3300 rpm on our dyno.
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The Fat Bob has the power to pick up the bike from an extremely low rpm when the road starts to wind and climb.