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Yamaha Soft Saddlebags By Nelson-rigg R6 Fz1 Fz6 Fz8 Super Tenere Dbyacc562453 on

US $149.95

Hagerstown, Maryland, United States

Hagerstown, Maryland, United States
Condition:New Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:REAR SOFT SADDLEBAG Surface Finish:BLACK Brand:NELSON RIGG Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:DBYACC562453 Part Brand:NELSON RIGG Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Rear UPC:Does not apply


The Nelson-Rigg Soft Saddlebags are top-quality, UV-treated, Tri-Max ballistic nylon saddlebags.  The bags feature a lined interior, and are designed to maintain their shape even when empty.  Other great features include:
*Fail-safe, heavy-duty zippers with pull fobs
*Highly reflective webbing, for extra convenience
*Front mesh pockets to hold cans or water bottles
*100% waterproof rainstorm covers
*Wide Velcro straps and quick-release buckles
*Protective pad to hold each bag firmly without slipping or marking the bike
*Comes with mounting straps to attach the companion Soft Tail Bag by Nelson-Rigg, SOLD SEPARATELY
*Main compartment: 17"L x 9"W x 14"H
*Holds 2142 cubic inches (35.10L) per side

SUPER TÉNÉRÉ---'12-'14

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