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Harley Davidson Oem Touring 97-08 Flhtc Electra Saddlebag Guard Rails Assembly on 2040-parts.com

US $44.99
Location:

Palos Hills, Illinois, United States

Palos Hills, Illinois, United States
Rails have some scraping and rust. See pictures.
Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Rails Make:Harley-Davidson Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right Part Brand:Harley Davidson Surface Finish:Chrome

This listing is for a set of Harley OEM saddlebag rails.
Fit 1997-2008 touring models.
Chrome has scratching, heavy scrapes and spots of rust on the rails.
See pictures for cosmetic details.

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