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Black Front Rear Leather Tool Luggage Bag Harley Chopper Softail Dyna Cruiser Xl on

AU $69.99

Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Condition:New Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Tool Bag Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Brand:Harley Davidson Placement on Vehicle:Front

Black Front rear leather Tool Luggage bag Harley Chopper Softail dyna cruiser XL

Black Front rear leather Tool Luggage bag Harley Chopper Softail dyna cruiser XL

Condition: 100% Brand New
Quantity:1 pc
Color: Black
Material:PU leather
Size:as show on pics
placement on location: front or rear
Barrel shaped punk saddle bag with Chrome studs
With Quick¨Crelease straps on front
Has ample space to store tools and any essentials
Keep your belongs handy and securely while driving motorcycle
Two adjustable mounting straps included
Please check the measurement before you buy
Harley Davidson all models
Please check the size before you purchase
Package included:
1x motorcycle Side bag
2x mounting straps
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We offer 12 month warranty covers product defects in material and workmanship.

Warranty will not cover fault or damage caused by a customer's use or misuse of the product.

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