MULTI-FIT TOURING LUGGAGE

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                                    MULTI-FIT TOURING LUGGAGE
GENERAL                                                              INSTALLATION
Kit Numbers
94734-05, 94743-05, 94758-05, 94787-05, 94761-08, 94779-
08                                                                   See the Accessory and Cargo section in your Owner's
                                                                     Manual. Improper loading of cargo or installation of
This instruction sheet also describes Snap Bag installation. A
                                                                     accessories can affect motorcycle stability and handling,
Snap Bag is available separately from a Harley-Davidson
                                                                     which could result in death or serious injury. (00021a)
Dealer.
                                                                     •    The bag MUST be installed with a mounting pocket over
Models
                                                                          the passenger upright and backrest pad.
For model fitment information, please see the P&A Retail Cat-
                                                                     •    When installed on a luggage rack, do not exceed the load
alog or the Parts and Accessories section of www.harley-
                                                                          limit of the luggage rack.
davidson.com (English only).
                                                                     •    When installed on a passenger pillion, do not exceed 25
Additional Parts Required
                                                                          pounds (11.4 kg) total weight of bag, contents, and
A sissy bar upright and backrest pad are required for proper              attachments.
installation of Multi-Fit Touring Luggage. A luggage rack is
                                                                     •    Secure the bag straps to the rack or passenger upright to
required when mounting luggage behind the passenger upright.
                                                                          prevent bag shifting during vehicle operation.
Please see the P&A Retail Catalog or the Parts and Acces-
sories section of www.harley-davidson.com (English only) for         •    Verify that all straps are secured to prevent strap contact
a list of uprights, pads and racks suitable for use with Multi-Fit        with the rear wheel during vehicle operation.
Touring Luggage on your model motorcycle.
                                                                     •    See the Owner's Manual for recommended tire inflation
Kit Contents                                                              pressure.
A Tool Roll (H-D Part Number 94522-08) is included with kit
94761-08. There are no other Service Parts available for
these kits.
                                                                     Do not exceed the motorcycle's Gross Vehicle Weight
                                                                     Rating (GVWR) or Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR).
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                                                                     Exceeding these weight ratings can affect stability and
                                                                     handling, which could result in death or serious injury.
                                                                     (00016e)
                                                                     •    GVWR is the sum of the weight of the motorcycle, acces-
                                                                          sories, and the maximum weight of the rider, passenger
                    3                                                     and cargo that can be safely carried.
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        1                                                            •    GAWR is the maximum amount of weight that can be
                                                                          safely carried on one axle.
                                                                     •    GVWR and GAWR are shown on the information plate,
                                             4                            located on the frame down tube.

                                                                     Single Bag Mounting on Passenger Pillion or
                                                                     Luggage Rack
   1.    Passenger upright
   2.    Mounting pockets                                                                         NOTE
   3.    Wrap straps twice around upright tubes                      A luggage rack is required when mounting luggage behind
   4.    Connect and pull straps tight                               the passenger upright.
         Figure 1. Fasten Bag to Passenger Upright                   1.   See Figure 1. Select the mounting pocket on the bag that
                                                                          will fit most snugly over the passenger upright and backrest
                                                                          pad. Slide the pocket over the upright.
                                                                     2.   For XL, Dyna or Softail models: Wrap the straps at the
                                                                          bottom of the bag twice around the passenger upright


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       tubes. Connect the buckle halves as shown, then pull the
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       straps tight to secure the bag to the vehicle.
       For Touring models: See Figure 2. Wrap the straps at
       the bottom of the bag twice around the license plate sup-
       port tube, between the saddlebag support bracket and
       license plate holder. Connect the buckle halves, then pull
       the straps tight to secure the bag to the vehicle.

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     1. License plate bracket                                                        Figure 3. Connecting the D-Rings
     2. Wrap straps twice around license plate bracket
        support tubes                                                 4.     Check that both bags are securely fastened to the vehicle.
 Figure 2. Fasten Bag to License Plate Bracket Support                                           NOTE
                         Tubes                                        For bags with self-contained rain cover: Be sure that lug-
                                                                      gage is tied down securely when using rain cover.
3.     For Ultra Touring or Ultra Overnight Bags: When                5.     Tuck in or tie down any excess strap material to prevent
       installing the bag behind the passenger upright, connect              the straps from contacting the rear wheel, or scratching
       the center strap (found in the Velcro® pouch on the back              or scuffing painted surfaces.
       of the bag) to the center of the luggage rack for additional
       support.                                                       Snap Bag
4.     Check that the bag is securely fastened to the vehicle.                                      NOTE

                           NOTE                                       The Snap Bag, Part Number 94735-98 (Nylon) or 94784-01
For bags with self-contained rain cover: Be sure that lug-            (Leather) is available separately from a Harley-Davidson
gage is tied down securely when using rain cover.                     Dealer.

5.     Tuck in or tie down any excess strap material to prevent       1.     See Figure 4. Clip the Snap Bag onto the two upper D-
       the straps from contacting the rear wheel, or scratching              rings (1) on the large bag.
       or scuffing painted surfaces.
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Mounting a Second Bag (Overnight or Day Bag) to
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the Vehicle
                               NOTE
A luggage rack is required when mounting two bags to the
passenger upright. Mount one bag in front of, and one bag
behind the upright.
1.     Fasten the larger bag to the passenger upright according
       to the Single Bag Mounting instructions above.
2.     See Figure 3. Connect the D-rings of the second bag to              1. Upper D-Rings
       the installed bag as shown.
                                                                       Figure 4. Attaching the Snap Bag to the Upper D-Rings
3.     Wrap the straps at the bottom of the second bag twice
       around the passenger upright tubes. Connect the buckle
       halves, then pull the straps tight to secure the bag to the
       vehicle.




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                                                                                               NOTE
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                                                                    For bags with self-contained rain cover: Be sure that lug-
                                                                    gage is tied down securely when using rain cover.
                                                                    4.     Tuck in or tie down any excess strap material to prevent
                                                                           the straps from contacting the rear wheel, or scratching
                                                                           or scuffing painted surfaces.
                                                                    5.     See Figure 6. When removed from the vehicle, the Snap
                                                                           Bag may be worn on either the right or left leg.

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     1. Lower snap bag strap
     2. Lower D-rings
 Figure 5. Attaching the Snap Bag to the Lower D-Rings

2.     See Figure 5. Thread the lower strap (1) through the lower
       D-rings (2) and buckle the Snap Bag clasp.
                                                                                   Figure 6. Snap Bag Worn on Leg
3.     Check that all bags are securely fastened to the vehicle.




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