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Old 09-20-2009, 11:47 PM
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Default Questions About Stretched Bags For Ultra

Excuse my confusion about this subject. There seem like so many options. I want to install stretched bags, a new rear fender, and fillers on my 09 Ultra, which has a detachable Tourpak. What's the best way for me to accomplish that? What would be the equipment list? Where would I mount the CB antenna.

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Probably the easiest way to accomplish it would be to buy the new color matched stretched bag bottoms from HD, a color matched street glide fender and street glide fascia. You can try J&M's new hidden fairing mount CB antenna as well.
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Probably the easiest way to accomplish it would be to buy the new color matched stretched bag bottoms from HD, a color matched street glide fender and street glide fascia. You can try J&M's new hidden fairing mount CB antenna as well.
Dawg, thanks for the response. Will any of those parts interfere with the tourpak disconnect bracket?
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Dawg, thanks for the response. Will any of those parts interfere with the tourpak disconnect bracket?
They shouldn't because those that have street glides put on detachable tour paks all the time and all the parts come from the street glide.
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Thanks, Dawg.
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Is there any solution to hide the docking hardware on an 09, when the tourpak is removed? KW makes a solution like that, but not for 09's. I saw it on GliderXXX's bike, and it looked awsome. KW is now offering a 1 piece filler, but then I wouldn't be able to use the SG Fascia, which I've just ordered.
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Default rear docking hardware cover kit

Harrley sells a rear docking hardware cover kit. Page 389 of Harley Accessories catalog, Item C, part number 48171-09. They are chrome plugs that slide over the exposed docking points. I bought a set for my Street GLide during a 50% discount sale. Not sure if I would pay $40 for a set though. They do help some.
I can take some pictures of mine tonight when I get home if you want to see a set installed. Let me know
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Harrley sells a rear docking hardware cover kit. Page 389 of Harley Accessories catalog, Item C, part number 48171-09. They are chrome plugs that slide over the exposed docking points. I bought a set for my Street GLide during a 50% discount sale. Not sure if I would pay $40 for a set though. They do help some.
I can take some pictures of mine tonight when I get home if you want to see a set installed. Let me know
I'd really appreciate seeing them. I'll send you a PM as well.
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