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Arlen Ness Body Fenders & Saddlebags

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So you want to overhaul the business end of your bike, eh? Arlen Ness is your guy. If you’re riding a Street Glide, Road King, or other late model touring Harley-Davidson motorcycle and looking to stretch it and lay it low, Arlen Ness has the goodies to get it done. The Arlen Ness Angled Saddlebags give your bike an aggressive rear stance with a stretched look that still maintains decent cornering clearance. If you don’t want to drop the coin for the full extended saddlebag lowers, then Arlen Ness Saddlebag Extensions are the way to go for the stretched look with your OEM hard bags. And when you stretch the bags, you’ve gotta extend your fender or get a new extended fender to match! Frenched-in license plate recess, or smooth? Decisions, decisions...