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Harley Davidson Oem Softail Sport Five Bar Luggage Rack Chrome on


Roanoke, Virginia, United States

Roanoke, Virginia, United States
Condition:New Brand:Harley Davidson Manufacturer Part Number:COY#070720169 Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Luggage Rack

This is a luggage rack for your Harley-Davidson motorcycle. I do don't think it has ever been used. No scratches at all no sign of wear or tear it was purchased with some more Harley-Davidson items that was all new. I do not have the box. Please see the pictures for a better description of the sizes. I ship to USA only thank you for looking

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