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07-15 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom Luggage Rack - Chrome K53020-378 on

US $123.95

Hagerstown, Maryland, United States

Hagerstown, Maryland, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:K53020-378 Part Brand:KAWASAKI Placement on Vehicle:Rear SADDLEBAG OR LUGGAGE TYPE:REAR RACK Surface Finish:CHROME Part Type:Luggage & Saddlebags Warranty:Yes


Genuine Kawasaki Luggage Rack - Chrome 

Part # K53020-378 

- Chrome-plated tubular steel design to match your VN900 Custom chevron styling 

- Rack measures 9" wide x 8" long 

- Mounts easily with supplied hardware

- K53020-377 backrest required (sold separately)



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