Harley Stretched Saddlebag Liners Inserts Touring Flhx Flht Bagger Bag Custom on 2040-parts.com
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, United States
Condition:NewBrand:tcbPlacement on Vehicle:Left, RightManufacturer Part Number:bliners4UPC: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.
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