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Kuryakyn Plug-N-Play Sissy Bar Mount

Item # : 102862
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          Kuryakyn Plug-N-Play Sissy Bar Mount

          Item # 102862


          Küryakyn Plug-N-Play Sissy Bar Mount

          Here's the easy solution for the rider who carries a passenger but doesn't like the look of conventional side plates. The Plug-N-Play bolts to the rear fender underneath the passenger seat. It accepts our low, custom Sissy Bar (P/N 8980) & Backrest Pad (P/N 1605) for passenger comfort & convenience.The backrest & pad measures 6-1/2" wide & 9-1/2" high from the rear fender.

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          Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flawless This mount with the matching bar is perfect for these that want a low profile sissy bar.
          Date published: 2018-05-09
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          Does the Plug and Play backrest pad P/N 1605 sit 9 1/2" off the fender to the bottom of the pad or the top of the pad and does the pad and sissybar have ready to mount together hardware?

          Asked by: Fran
          The distance between the fender and the "top" of the backrest pad is 9 1/2". The mounting screws are not included; however, the back hole of the mount shares the seat bolt, so you will need to buy at least one harley seat bolt nut kit (bolt and threaded insert that mounts in the fender) unless you have the insert and bolt under your seat already. Note that I have a 2009 XL1200C Sportster and the #8998 mount is a bit too long (hits the electrical module) and I had to cut the "T"portion off the front of the mount off with a hack-saw (leaving the screw hole totally intact). This is an excellent back rest and worth the extra bit of work needed to make it fit.
          Answered by: john
          Date published: 2019-06-20
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