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Old 01-10-2019, 06:09 PM
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I have a 14 Glide and was wondering what Is the best bag security mounts? Opinions?
 
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I recently put a set of hard bags on my classic and purchased a set of Show Chrome fasteners . They did the job . I found that the bolts on the fasteners were way to long , so once I got everything snugged up tight , I cut them just long enough to be flush with the clip . No getting the bags off now ! I hope ..
 
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I use these with no issues. probably not security lock but the do hold the bags securely.
 

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HD p/n 90201540 is for the threaded retainer kit instead of the bail-head pins. Not really a security feature, but that's why you lock the saddlebags.
 
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I simply used nuts, bolts and washers, the nuts on the inside.
 
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I used a torx security bolt. One for each bag and the regular Harley pin on the the other side. Not too many thieves carry a torx security driver bit with them. Itís not theft proof but definitely harder than stock Harley pins.
 
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Originally Posted by memphisharley View Post
https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...3D273051706635
I use these with no issues. probably not security lock but the do hold the bags securely.
I too went with this style. The HD pins were too prone to a malfunction. And I lock the lids.
 
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Parts for saddlebag locks (to replace pins) can be bought from Home Depot for a fraction of the price on eBay, Amazon, etc.
 
 


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