Leather Boss Bags Saddlebags Covered In Studs W/ Concha's Left & Right on 2040-parts.com
Wixom, Michigan, United States
Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Saddlebags
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right
Manufacturer Part Number:#35 Plain
UPC:Does not apply
The USA Made bags are great. Classic style, and a quick access clit that lets you get in fast, but has the old school look. There are some nonir scuffs, but the look great. I dont know what bike they came from, but there are mounting bolts included if you car doing a custom job and want to drill holes for them. Or just make them work on your sled. No longer available, these were almost $900 new.
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