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Harley Davidson Heritage Springer Saddlebags Flsts on 2040-parts.com

US $1,975.00
Location:

Montville, New Jersey, United States

Montville, New Jersey, United States
SWEET BAGS! LOOK REAL SWEET!
Brand:HD Placement on Vehicle:Right Manufacturer Part Number:HD

HAVE A LOOK AT THIS LIMITED EDITION GENUINE HARLEY DAVIDSON HERITAGE SPRINGER SADDLEBAGS, FLSTS! NOT GOING TO SEE MANY OF THESE BAGS FOR SALE ANYTIME SOON...BAGS ARE IN EXCELLENT, VERY SLIGHTLY USED CONDITION, AS YOU SEE..JUST HAVE A LOOK AT THE FRINGE, ALL GOOD! ALL PERFECT!  ALL SNAPS, ZIPPERS AND BUCKLES ALL PERFECT!. THERE IS NOTHING IN THE BAGS, ALL NATURAL!! I DID NOT STUFF THEM FOR THE SHOW LIKE OTHERS YOU SEE OUT THERE,!I THESE ARE NOT THE REMANUFACTURED BAGS I AM SEEING OUT THERE IN EBAY LAND, THE REMANUFACTURED ONES ARE OF ALL PLASTIC BACKS, THESE BAGS HAVE THE ORIGINAL METAL PLATE THAT SECURES THE BRACKET, THE OTHER BAGS OUT THERE USUALLY DO NOT POST PICTURES OF THE BACKS..THESE AS YOU SEE , ALSO HAVE THE CORRECT CHROME TRIM REFLECTORS...AM AT A LOSS FOR WORDS...SEE WHAT IM SAYIN? YOU KNOW THE BAGS? YOU KNOW THE DEAL..YOU NEED THEM? HERE THEY ARE... ALL GOOD HERE..ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE EMAIL CALL OR TEXT 

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