Yamaha Leather Backrest Bag - Fringed With Star Concho on 2040-parts.com
Magnolia, Mississippi, United States
Condition:NewPart Brand:YamahaManufacturer Part Number:STR-4NK47-12-00
Yamaha Leather Backrest Bag - Fringed with Star Concho. Yamaha part number STR-4NK47-12-00.
Fits Yamaha Royal Star Standard (w/ backrest) years 1996-2001, Tour Classic years 1996-2000 (98-00 requires backrest), Tour Deluxe years 1997-2001 (97-98 requires backrest), V-Star 650/1100 Classic & Custom (w/ backrest), V Star 650/1100 Silverado, and all Road Star Silverado.
This bag is pictured in the upper left of the attached photo.
Hand-crafted leather bag with Star concho provides both function and style.
Dual mounting straps, with double stitching at stress points.
Requires installation of backrestand luggage rack.
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