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New Additions To Voyager

I had a Kuryakyn Universal Trunk Mount installed.



Also, Saddlebag Chrome Accents.



Another angle.



Front Angle.



Rear/Side Angle.


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I put that same one on mine over a year ago and it works great. Make sure that you don't use Loctite on the threads as that will cause the top to crack around the holes.

I added a fender washer and lock washer to the mounting bolts and they have never come loose over time.


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Thanks! good to know. I have seen posts where people have talked about the cracking issue. I will Use Fender Washers.

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Both additions look great. Good job.

Kawasaki rear speakers
VN 1500 Kickstand
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Kuryakyn Longhorn Offset Highway Pegs
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That looks really good!
About how much did that cost to do?
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Trunk Rack: 174.99
Saddle Accents: 264.99
ISO Grips: 79.99
Throttle Boss: 19.99

Labor: Great Deal. Great Dealer.

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