Saddlebag Lid Spoiler Kit

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by ScreamR, Apr 27, 2009.

  1. ScreamR

    ScreamR Member

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    Has anyone installed the Harley Saddlebag Lid Spoiler Kit?
    LINK: Part# 58606-XX

    If so, was there any drilling required or do these simply sticky tape to the saddlebag lids? Does anyone have PDF instructions they could post?
     
  2. SledDog

    SledDog Senior Member Staff Member Moderator

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    I don't..... But they don't look like they would be too hard to install. I bet you'll have to drill the lids. Plus an additional hole in the bag somewhere to get the wiring connected. So I doubt they're stick-ons.

    But, for $174.00, primed, plus the cost to have them painted, I won't be buying a set anytime soon.
     
  3. 9FLHR

    9FLHR Active Member

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    Got a pair on my '09 Road king. There are 6 LED lights in each, and work as tail and stop lights. Yes, the lid has to be drilled, as does the bag itself for the wire to run thru. There are two mount holes for each spoiler and one for the wire. (total 4 holes for each)
    If you need me to, I can look and see if I still have the install sheet and email them to you. :cheers
     
  4. ScreamR

    ScreamR Member

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    That would be great. PM me if you locate the instructions. It sounds like just enough of a job that I want the dealership to do it. My luck, I would flaw the paint while drilling. Is there a quick disconnect wire for when you remove the bags?
     
  5. ScreamR

    ScreamR Member

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    Here are the instructions for anyone else who may need them. Thanks again, to 9FLHR.
     

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  6. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    Thanks ScreamR, I posted them in the self help section for others.
     
  7. robotoroadracer

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    I put a set on my RG. Not difficult at all. The directions are easy to follow. Just use masking tape across the area to be drilled. Start w/ a pilot hole and go from there. Yes there is a quick disconnect so that you can remove the bag easily.