I went for a wonderful 200 mile ride this afternoon on my 2009 fxdf. I filled up, after getting back into town, a couple of miles from my house. On the way home I was cruising at about 35mph, coming down a hill, and had to decelerate rapidly for a changing light. I by no means was near skidding, but I was braking with force, almost to a stop, when I hit a bump. Gas sloshed out of my tank and onto my tank/speedo, handlebars, windshield etc. It was on my hand and arm. A little bit ricocheted back on my shirt and in my face. The gas sloshed as I came to a complete stop, so I watched it run down my tank and onto my engine and pipes. I immediately checked my gas cap and it was tight. I always turn it until it clicks two or three times. My tank was full, but I don't think it was overfilled. I put just over 4gal in a 5gal tank. My fuel range was less than 10 miles left. I stopped a bit below the filler neck. I just read one of Gliders posts about a safety recall on several fx models "which may have been produced with a defective ultrasonic weld on the anti-slosh valve". My bike fits the production year, but not the dates of manufacture in question. Mine was built in 06-09 according to the frame vin plate. The known defects were 07/2008 (and only for 3 days). 349 bikes were recalled for this defect. Sorry for this long ramble. I will call the number Glider so graciously provided with his recall notice, and the dealer. Could this have been human (rider) error? It seems to me that even if I overfilled the tank it shouldn't slosh out. I am almost certain the cap was tight. I want to test the cap and "fuel tank vent tube assembly". If I lean the bike (with help) will gas leak out? Should I remove the tank and tip it instead? Should I wait until Tuesday when the dealer opens? It's going to be nice tomorrow and Monday and I want to ride, but not if I'm not safe. I would guess that a little less than a 1/2 cup sloshed out. That is more than enough to have burned me badly had it flashed. I want to understand what happened so that it doesn't happen again. Thanks!