1996 & Up Larosa Black Leather Universal Harley Dyna Frame Left Mount Saddlebag on 2040-parts.com
Alameda, California, United States
Condition:NewLuggage & Saddlebag Part Type:SaddlebagCountry of Manufacture:United StatesBrand:La RosaPart Type:Luggage & SaddlebagManufacturer Part Number:FSBBL03Part By Region:AmericanPlacement on Vehicle:LeftMake:Harley-DavidsonSurface Finish:Black LeatherMaterial:LeatherWarranty:YesModel:DynaCountry/Region of Manufacture:United StatesYear:1996-2016Part Brand:La RosaUPC:Does not apply
La Rosa Harley Dyna Black Leather Left Side Saddle Bag
Condition: Brand New
Fits: 1996 & Up Harley Dyna models
This auction is for a brand new La Rosa black leather left hand side saddle bag for 1996 & up Harley Dyna Glide models. The high quality leather was hand pick and chosen by Don La Rosa himself, any flaws or defects will be discard immediately. Each bag is sew individually and went to series of quality check, so a custom unique look will be given to the buyers and the buyer only. No two bag will look exactly the same! With heavy leather straps as installation, this saddle bag is specially design to hug the line of the frame for a perfect fitment. The best is that all La Rosa saddle bags are proudly produce in the U.S.A, so no cheap knock off's from China. This is your saddle bag, if you are looking for a something that can turn heads and give your ride a unique style!
Installation is super easy with the La Rosa saddle bags. Buyer simply tighten the 3 leather straps on the back of the bag onto their bike frame strut and belt guard bracket. Once completely tighten the bike is ready to ride. No need for any additional hardware or bolting!!!
left side height = 12.5" right side height = 12" Length = 11" Depth = 3"
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- All return or exchange must be within 7 days of original delivery. - Our store only accepts returns on new, never used merchandise. - - Buyer will be responsible for return shipping. (reimbursement will be issue if its our error) - Please contact our customer service staff for a returning address. - Once we received the return item, a refund will be issue within 24 hours.
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