Motorcycle Types Cruiser Mustang Saddlebag Lids Now Available for 2014 Harley FL Motorcycles

Mustang Saddlebag Lids Now Available for 2014 Harley FL Motorcycles

Mustang Saddlebag Lids Now Available for 2014 Harley FL MotorcyclesMustang Saddlebag Lids

It is no secret that Harley FL riders have a reputation for putting hard miles on their bikes. Unlike the average bar hopper, these kings of the road tend to spend some serious time in the saddle on their touring bikes.

All well and good until they reach Daytona, Sturgis, Laconia or Laughlin, and see how battered the bags on their baggers have become. What is the secret to hiding all those scuff marks from boot heels on saddlebag lids, scratches on the trunk lid from duffel bag straps, or just protecting a new bagger’s showroom-fresh look?

Mustang Saddlebag Lids Now Available for 2014 Harley FL MotorcyclesTime for a cover-up, literally. Mustang Lid Covers are the perfect – and perfectly stylish – solution. Best of all, they are now available for the 2014 Harley-Davidson FL models.

Mustang’s expose’ on Lid Covers begins here in America. No need to resort to industrial espionage, the lids are proudly made in the USA from high-quality, expandable vinyl.

The form-fitting design fits snugly with no wrinkles, unsightly straps or Velcro tabs… the perfect cover up! Chrome or black pearl-centered studs are among the available options, or you can go incognito with a plain black version.

For less than $100, the secrets of your touring bike’s travails can be covered up with Mustang’s King TourPak Lid Cover, which fits 1993-13 and 2014 FL Touring models (except chopped TourPaks).

Matching Mustang Saddlebag Lid Covers for 1993-13 and 2014 FL Touring models with OE H-D hard bags are only $99 per pair, $119 with chrome or black pearl-centered studs.

Studded Saddlebag Lid Cover, Harley FL Black Studs:

  • Part #77624 (Model Year 2014 and up)
  • Part #77600 (Model Year 1993-2013)
  • MSRP: $119

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