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Yamaha Hard Leather Chrome Sidebag Saddlebag Guards Roadliner Stratoliner on

US $229.95

Hagerstown, Maryland, United States

Hagerstown, Maryland, United States
Condition:New Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:SADDLEBAG GUARDS Part Brand:Yamaha Manufacturer Part Number:STR-2C533-00-00 Part Type:Luggage & Saddlebags Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right Make:Yamaha Surface Finish:Chrome Brand:YAMAHA Warranty:Yes


Genuine Yamaha Sidebag Guards
A stylish way to protect your saddlebags if your bike is dropped. Polished and chrome-plated for style and function. They attach easily to existing saddlebag mounts (STR-2C573-40-00).
•Original equipment saddlebags on Stratoliner (standard model) 
•Accessory Hard Leather Sidebags installed on Roadliner/Stratoliner/
Stratoliner Deluxe models.


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