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Fully Adjustable Driver's Backrest - Suzuki Boulevard C90 on 2040-parts.com

US $138.00
Location:

San Francisco, California, US

San Francisco, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return policy details: Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No

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Product Features:

• Fully Adjustable
• Height Adjustable
• Angle Adjustable
• Fold down feature to allow easy access for passenger
• Easy to install

 

Fully Adjustable Driver's Backrest - Suzuki Boulevard

Fits: '05+ Suzuki Boulevard C90 (OEM Seat Required)

 Comes with:

-Driver's mounting bracket and non-studded pad attached

-Pad is 10.75" wide by 8.5" tall


Studded backrest pad is available for an additional $10.00. Please message us if you would like a studded backrest pad instead.



 

 




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Contact Us

  • Phone: 650-588-8945 M-F, 10-6PM PST  

Return Policy

  • All exchanges and returns must be in the original packaging with all directions and accessories in new conditions.
  • All Returns must be initiated within 14 days of merchandise being receieved.
  • Buyers are responsible for all shipping expenses.

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