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T-bags Dekker For Harley Davidson Tour Pak on

US $75.00

Manitowoc, Wisconsin, US

Manitowoc, Wisconsin, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:T-Bags Dekker Supreme

T-Bags Dekker Supreme Dresser Tour Pak bag

This bag fits on the luggage rack on your Harley Tour Pak.

It is in great shape, My wife and I have a trailer now and I just don’t use it any more.

This bag retails for $239 new, so you're getting a like-new bag and at a great price!

From the Web:

• Removable 1″ thick rigid foam walls help protect camera and computer equipment

• External organizer keeps maps, phone and handheld computer handy

• Side pockets zip off and become fanny packs

• 4 straps with quick release buckles keep bag secure

• Built in bungee bottom external rain cover

• Premium Tour Pak rack required

• Capacity is 1.0 cu. ft. with foam

• Capacity is 1.2 cu. ft. with pockets

• Capacity is 1.6 cu. ft. without foam


This T-Bag is used but in very good condition

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