DETACHABLE SADDLEBAG KITS
J063822019-01-15
GENERAL INFORMATION
Table 1. General Information
Kits
Suggested Tools
Skill Level(1)
Time
90201513A, 90201552A, 90201555A, 90201561A, 90201644A, 90201645A
Safety Glasses, Torque Wrench
1 h
(1) Tightening to torque value or other moderate tools and techniques required
KIT CONTENTS
Figure 1. Kit Contents: Detachable Saddlebag Kits
Figure 2. Spacer Kit Components (not included)
Table 2. Kit Contents
Item
Qty
Description
Part No.
Notes
1
Reflector kit
59480-04A
6.8–10.16 N·m (60–90 in-lbs)
2
Docking point, lower
90201524
3
Screw, hex socket button head
3540
6.8–10.2 N·m (60–90 in-lbs)
4
Screw, hex socket button head
4016
6.8–10.2 N·m (60–90 in-lbs)
5
Screw, hex socket button head
4097
47.5–61 N·m (35–45 ft-lbs)
6
Washer, plain
6701
7
2
Washer, plain
6702
8
2
Screw, Torx socket
10200033
28.5–36.6 N·m (21–27 ft-lbs)
9
Docking point bracket, lower
90201525
10
2
Docking Point, upper, Kit 90201513A, 90201645A
90201763
2
Docking Point, upper, All other kits
90201533
11
2
Spacer
90201541
12
Saddlebag, RH Kit: 90201513
90201514
Saddlebag, RH Kit 90201552
90201553
Saddlebag, RH Kit 90201555
90201556
Saddlebag, RH Kit 90201561
90201642
Saddlebag, RH Kit 90201644
90201646
Saddlebag, RH Kit 90201645
90201647
13
Saddlebag, LH Kit: 90201513
90201515
Saddlebag, LH Kit 90201552
90201554
Saddlebag, LH Kit 90201555
90201557
Saddlebag, LH Kit 90201561
90201643
Saddlebag, LH Kit 90201644
90201648
Saddlebag, LH Kit 90201645
90201649
14
2
Spacer, docking point (FLFB, FXBR and FXBRS)
12400141
Items mentioned in text, but not included in kit.
A
Spacer Kit (FXBR and FXBRS only)
67801089
B
2
Turn Signal Cover (FXBR and FXBRS only)
68749-09
C
3
Washer (FXBR and FXBRS only)
6929
D
Bolt (FXBR and FXBRS only)
4092
E
Bolt (FXBR and FXBRS only)
4334
F
2
Spacer (FXBR and FXBRS only)
6610
G
Replacement lock kit, saddlebag (includes set of two keys)
90201087
NOTE
Verify all contents are present in the kit before installing or removing items from vehicle.
Figure 3. Kit Contents: Saddlebag Latch Assembly
Table 3. Kit Contents: Saddlebag Latch Assembly
Item
Qty
Description
Part No.
Notes
1
Saddlebag Mounting Bracket, Inner, RH used on 90201513A, 90201645A
90201617
Saddlebag Mounting Bracket, Inner, RH used on 90201555A, 90201644A, 90201561A, 90201552A
90201536
Saddlebag Mounting Bracket, Inner, LH used on 90201513A, 90201645A
90201620
Saddlebag Mounting Bracket, Inner, LH used on 90201555A, 90201644A, 90201561A, 90201552A
90201537
2
Saddlebag Mounting Bracket, Outer, RH used on 90201513A, 90201645A
90201618
Saddlebag Mounting Bracket, Outer, RH used on 90201555A, 90201644A, 90201561A, 90201552A
90201516
Saddlebag Mounting Bracket, Outer, LH used on 90201513A, 90201645A
90201619
Saddlebag Mounting Bracket, Outer, LH used on 90201555A, 90201644A, 90201561A, 90201552A
90201517
3
5
Screw, Buttonhead, Locking, Torx Drive
1001
6.8–10.16 N·m (60–90 in-lbs)
4
Hex Nut
7688
5
Screw, Socket Head, Sems
10500009
1.7–3.4 N·m (15–30 in-lbs)
6
Compression Spring
11700004
7
Latching Arm
90200481
1–1.7 N·m (9–15 in-lbs)
8
Latch Handle
90200483
9
Latch Cap
90200484
1–1.7 N·m (9–15 in-lbs)
10
Spring Spacer, Latching Arm
90200515
11
Saddlebag Indicator, RH
90201760
Saddlebag Indicator, LH
90201759
12
Saddlebag Latch Handle Spacer
90201925
NOTE
Verify all contents are present in the kit before installing or removing items from vehicle.
GENERAL
Models
For model fitment information, see the P&A retail catalog or the Parts and Accessories section of www.harley-davidson.com (English only).
Ensure you are using the most current version of the instruction sheet which is available at: www.harley-davidson.com/isheets
Contact Harley-Davidson Customer Support Center at 1-800-258-2464 (U.S. only) or 1-414-343-4056.
Installation Requirements
Some models may require separate purchase of a Turn Signal/License Plate Relocation Kit. This kit provides adequate clearance for the saddlebags and for all detachable accessories. See the P&A Retail Catalog or the Parts and Accessories section of www.harley-davidson.com (English only).
Models FXBR and FXBRS will require separate purchase of a Spacer Kit for proper installation.
These items can be purchased from a Harley-Davidson dealer.
LOCTITE 243 MEDIUM STRENGTH THREADLOCKER AND SEALANT (BLUE) (99642-97) is required for the proper installation of this kit.
WARNING
Rider and passenger safety depend upon the correct installation of this kit. Use the appropriate service manual procedures. If the procedure is not within your capabilities or you do not have the correct tools, have a Harley-Davidson dealer perform the installation. Improper installation of this kit could result in death or serious injury. (00333b)
NOTE
This instruction sheet references service manual information. A service manual for your model motorcycle is required for this installation and is available from a Harley-Davidson dealer.
Kit Contents
See Figure 1 and Table 2.
WARNING
Do not exceed saddlebag weight capacity. Put equal weight in each bag. Too much weight in saddlebags can cause loss of control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00383a)
NOTE
Maximum saddlebag weight capacity is 6.8 kg (15 lb).
PREPARATION
Models with main fuse:
WARNING
To prevent accidental vehicle start-up, which could cause death or serious injury, remove main fuse before proceeding. (00251b)
1.
See service manual and follow the instructions given to remove the seat and main fuse. Retain all seat mounting hardware.
Install Turn Signal Relocation Kit
If a turn signal/license plate relocation kit is required, refer to instructions included with Turn Signal Relocation Kit.
For FXBR and FXBRS models, the following steps must be followed in conjunction with the Turn Signal Relocation Kit instructions.
1.
See Figure 4. Remove the stock turn signal standoff (1) and stock mounting screw (2) and discard.
2.
Install a rubber covers (3), washers (4), longer screw (5) and shorter screw (6) from the Spacer Kit (Part No. HD-67801089), into the assembly as shown. Tighten.
Torque: 20–24 N·m (15–18 ft-lbs)
3.
Continue to follow the remaining steps on the Turn Signal Relocation Kit instructions.
1Stock turn signal stand off
2Stock mounting screw
3Rubber cover
4Washer
5Screw (longer)
6Screw (shorter)
7Washer
Figure 4. Spacer Kit - FXBR and FXBRS
Install Docking Points onto Fender Struts
1.
See Figure 5. Install spacer (1) and docking point (2) onto new fender strut bolt (3).
2.
Install bolt through fender strut and fender into nut plate on the inside of the fender.
3.
FLFB, FXBR and FXBRS: Install spacer (4) on the front docking point between fender strut and spacer (1).
4.
FXBR and FXBRS: Add washers (5) to rear docking point (only if not using a detachable upright).
1Spacer
2Docking Point
3Bolt
4Spacer
5Washer (FXBR and FXBRS only)
Figure 5. Fender Strut Docking Points
Install Lower Support Arms to Saddlebags
1.
See Figure 6. Apply threadlocker to threads of screw (3).
LOCTITE 243 MEDIUM STRENGTH THREADLOCKER AND SEALANT (BLUE) (99642-97)
2.
Loosely install lower support arm (1) on both saddlebags using flat washers (2) and screws (3).
a.
The lower support arm fits in slot on back of saddlebag.
b.
The hardware mounts the arm from inside the saddlebag.
c.
Hard saddlebags require spacer (7) between arm and saddlebag.
1Lower support arm (right-hand)
2Flat washer (3)
3Screw (3)
4Docking point
5Screw
6Docking point bracket
7Spacer (hard saddlebags only)
Figure 6. Lower Arm Support
Saddlebag Installation
1.
See Figure 1. Open saddlebag.
2.
Pull on knob (located on the inside of saddlebag) outward, rotate towards green to unlatch and toward red to latch.
3.
Approach the vehicle with the saddlebag tipped slightly forward and insert the fork end of the lower support arm over the lower front mini docking point.
a.
The thickness of the end of the lower support arm should engage in the reduced diameter plastic groove of the mini docking point at the lower front docking point location.
4.
Slide the saddlebag forward on the vehicle making sure it is fully seated into all three docking points.
5.
Ensure the saddlebag is fully locked into position. An indicator is placed on the backside of the saddlebag to show when the bag is locked (flag down) or unlocked (flag up).
6.
Secure lower support arm screws. Tighten.
Torque: 6.8–10.2 N·m (60–90 in-lbs)
Install Lower Front Docking Point
NOTE
See Figure 7. Install docking point components onto lower front support before installing lower front support onto vehicle. Make sure all spacers and mini docking points are aligned before continuing.
1Docking point
2Passenger footpeg
3Lower front support
Figure 7. Lower Front Support and Docking
Adjust Lower Front Docking Point
1.
See Figure 6. Install docking point (4) onto docking point bracket (6) with screw (5). Docking point should be facing outboard when installed on vehicle. Tighten.
Torque: 6.8–10.2 N·m (60–90 in-lbs)
2.
See Figure 7. Install docking point bracket onto frame with docking point facing out, aligning notch in bracket to swingarm pivot nut.
NOTE
Depending on vehicle, footpeg support may need to be removed first.
a.
If vehicle has passenger footpegs, install docking bracket against frame and install footpeg support on top of bracket. Tighten.
Torque: 47.5–61 N·m (35–45 ft-lbs)
b.
See Figure 6. If vehicle does not have passenger footpegs, install bracket onto frame using screw (3) and washer (2). Tighten.
Torque: 16.3–24.4 N·m (12–18 ft-lbs)
3.
See Figure 7. While holding lower front support (3) to prevent rotation, tighten screw using an extended T50 TORX drive head. Tighten.
Torque: 47.5–61 N·m (35–45 ft-lbs)
Install Passenger Footpeg
Install passenger footpeg on footpeg support using clevis pin.
NOTE
2018 Softail vehicles, the passenger footpeg is secured with pins, retention plate, spring and ball.
Install Reflectors
NOTE
Ambient temperature should be at least 16° C (60° F) for proper adhesion of the reflectors to the reflector mounts. Do not remove the liner until ready to apply the reflector.
WARNING
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 108 requires motorcycles to be equipped with rear and side reflectors. Be sure rear and side reflectors are properly mounted. Poor visibility of rider to other motorists can result in death or serious injury. (00336b)
1.
See Figure 8. Position reflector mount (1) in center of saddlebag.
Figure 8. Install reflectors
2.
Mark holes on saddlebag with pen or other suitable tool.
3.
Clean surface of the reflector mount (1) where reflector will be installed with soapy water or a mixture of 50-70% isopropyl alcohol and 30-50% distilled water. Allow to dry thoroughly.
4.
Remove liner from the adhesive backing of the reflector (2).
5.
Carefully position the reflector to the reflector mount and press firmly into place.
6.
Hold the reflector in position with steady pressure for at least one minute.
7.
Using a suitable tool, make two 3/16 inch holes in saddlebag at locations marked in Step 2.
8.
Install reflector mount (1) on saddlebag using two push nuts (3). The push nuts are installed from inside the saddlebag.
NOTE
Allow at least 24 hours after applying the reflector before exposing the area to vigorous washing, strong water spray or extreme weather.
The adhesive bond will increase to maximum strength after about 72 hours at normal room temperature.
Install Opposite Lower Front Docking Point and Saddlebag
1.
Remove exhaust. See service manual.
2.
Repeat same tasks as opposite side of vehicle to install the lower front docking point and saddlebag.
3.
See Figure 9. Attach docking point (4) to the exhaust support bracket (1) on the inside of the vehicle.
4.
Install exhaust. See service manual.
1Exhaust support bracket
2Screw
3Washer
4Docking point
5Lower support arm (right-hand)
Figure 9. Lower Arm Support (Right-Side)
Final Assembly
NOTE
Verify that the ignition/light key switch is in the OFF position before installing the main fuse/attaching the battery cables.
1.
Install main fuse. See service manual.
2.
Install seat. After installing seat, pull up on the seat to verify that it is secure. See service manual.
MAINTENANCE
Docking Point Screws
NOTICE
Failure to tighten hardware to the specified torque could result in damage to the installed accessory. (00508b)
1.
After 500 miles of on the road use with saddlebags installed, it is necessary to check the torque on the docking point mounting screws. Check to make sure the proper torque is maintained and tighten screws if necessary. Tighten.
a.
Upper docking point screws.
Torque: 28.5–36.6 N·m (21–27 ft-lbs)
b.
Lower front docking point screws.
Torque: 16.3–24.4 N·m (12–18 ft-lbs)
c.
Saddlebag lower support arm screws.
Torque: 6.8–10.2 N·m (60–90 in-lbs)
Saddlebag Care
Apply the Harley-Davidson Genuine Leather Dressing included with the saddlebag according to the instructions in the leather care kit. Additional jars are available from a Harley-Davidson dealer (HD Part Number 9826191V).