Harley-Davidson Recalls Nearly 44,000 Street Motorcycles for Faulty Brakes, Temporarily Stops Shipment of Streets

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Harley-Davidson has recalled 43,908 of its Street motorcycles for a brake issue that could cause a crash, and it has temporarily stopped shipping those models.

The recall, which includes 12,800 motorcycles sold in the U.S., wasn’t published on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's website because of the government shutdown.

Harley, however, says it has notified its dealers and customers that Street 750 and Street 500 models manufactured in the U.S. from May 19, 2015 through Dec. 6, 2018 are subject to the recall.

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