HARLEY DAVIDSON REAR SADDLEBAG GUARDRAILS INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Installation KITNUMBER 49087-01 1. Remove and save fasteners that retain saddlebag guardrails. 2. Replace stock saddlebag guardrails with new guardrails from kit. 3. Screw in and torque each stock fastener as follows: a. Four stock screws, Part No. 3678, using two new locknuts (1), Part No. 7667. Torque each screw to 19 ft-lbs. b. Two stock screws, Part No. 3601 using two new locknuts (2), Part No.7686. Torque each screw to 9 ft-lbs. For Domestic FLHRC/I Vehicles Only. (Does not apply to Harley Davidson International (HDI) vehicles): Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 108 requires all motorcycles to be equipped with side reflectors. Install, or have Dealer install, the reflectors, Part Nos. 59370-98 and 59371-98, which are purchased separately. Loss of visibility to other motorists could result in death or serious injury. 1. See Service Parts illustration. Position reflector so it is centered on the vertical portion of the saddlebag guard 1″ above the top end of the lower bend where the radius turns upward. Measure and use a small piece of tape to mark location for attachment of the lower edge of the reflector at the 1″ mark. 2. Remove protective tape backing from one reflector. Locate reflector above the 1″ mark. Apply reflector, using even pressure by rubbing back and forth on reflector. Repeat for other side. Note Reflectors are specific for each side. Reflectors have a flat end and a curved end. The curved end goes down. Top edge should be horizontal when positioned on guard. If not, reflector is for opposite side. KITNUMBER 49088-01 1. Remove and save fasteners that retain saddlebag guardrails. 2. Replace stock saddlebag guardrails with new guardrails from kit. 3. Using four hexsocket button head screws (4) removed earlier, attach saddlebag guards using the remaining two existing holes in each guardrail. 4. Screw in and torque each stock fastener as follows: a. Four stock screws, Part No. 3678, using two new locknuts (1), Part No. 7667. Torque each screw to 19 ft-lbs. b. Two stock screws, Part No. 3601 using two new locknuts (2), Part No.7686. Torque each screw to 9 ft-lbs

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