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Brackets For Saddlebags Mounts Fits Harley Davidson Dyna Wide Glide on 2040-parts.com

US $29.99
Location:

Independence, Missouri, United States

Independence, Missouri, United States
Condition:New Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Saddlebags Brackets Surface Finish:Chrome Brand:STURGIS Warranty:Yes Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right Manufacturer Part Number:BRK564

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Motorcycle SaddleBags Support Brackets

  One Pair (set) of Motorcycle Saddlebags Brackets These Brackets are Made of High Densty Stainless Steel. Brackets Keep the Bags from getting in wheels Very Easy To Install, takes less than 15 Minutes to mount them No Additional Hardware Needed.you Just need Bolts tht you might have on back fender already Use the Bolts already on your Back Fender Coated for rust Protection One year Money Back Warranty

 

For Best Fitting Please measure the Bolt to Bolt width as shown in the Picture Below Just let us know the width on your bike.,

 

 

 









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