1996-2016 La Rosa Grey Leather Universal Harley Dyna Frame Left Mount Saddlebag on 2040-parts.com
San Leandro, California, United States
Condition:NewLuggage & Saddlebag Part Type:SaddlebagPart Brand:La RosaManufacturer Part Number:FSBBL29Country of Manufacture:United StatesPlacement on Vehicle:LeftPart By Region:AmericanSurface Finish:LeatherModel:DynaWarranty:YesYear:2004-2017Country/Region of Manufacture:United StatesPart Type:Luggage & SaddlebagMake:Harley-DavidsonBrand:La RosaUPC:Does not apply
1996-UP La Rosa Universal Dyna Grey Leather Saddle Bag
Model #: FSBBL29
Condition: Brand New
Fits: 1996-UP Harley Dyna Models
You are looking at a brand new Grey Leather Dyna Frame Saddlebag from La Rosa design . This bag is made from high quality cowhide leather in the heart of the Bay Area, California. The saddlebag is design to hug the frame of the bike and give a classic look instantly. The saddlebag comes with several installation straps and does not need mounting hardwares of any sorts. One of the coolest bag from the La Rosa line up!
PROUDLY MADE IN USA.
Left side length = 12 1/2" Right side lenght = 12" Top to Bottom height = 11" Depth = 3"
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