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Full Set One Piece Drop In Stretched Saddlebags Liners All Touring 94-13 on

US $98.00

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, United States

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:tcb Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right Manufacturer Part Number:bliners4 UPC:Does not apply

You are buying a Brand new custom bag liners. They fit most 4" fiberglass stretched saddlebags from 94-13.

Liners are installed with any glue which is not included.

Great quality product with a padded backing which gives the liner rigidity and extra protection to your valuable gear.
Attention to detail has been paid for best custom fit.

We stride to obtain a 5-STAR FEEDBACK If for any reason, You are not completely satisfied upon receiving your item. Please let us know as soon as possible by sending us a complete description of the problem, in order to help us process your claim in a timely manner. once again thank you for your order and we look forward to your business

Return Policy If you don't like it Return it within 14 days unglued. I will refund money - shipping

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