LARGE DETACHABLE LUGGAGE RACKS FOR SPORTSTERS, SOFTAILS, AND DYNAS Our detachable racks use a proprietary pull-pin release mechanism, so they can be installed or removed in a matter of seconds. They arrive with all the necessary hardware needed for installation And now we offer the Big Wraparound rack for riders with a two-up seats. These are approximately 13-inches (front to back) and 17.5 inches wide.

For riders who prefer a two-up seat, we’ve designed the Cobra Wrap Around racks. Each is model specific, and we have two basic versions. The first is for riders using a stock OEM style seat. It has a larger opening to fit around the stock seat and overall it is nearly 19-inches wide. It’s approximately 13-inches front to back.

The second version is for riders using some of the narrower aftermarket seats like the Saddleman Step Up or the Lucky Daves step up seat. This rack for aftermarket seats is about 2-inches narrower side to side than the one for OEM seats, but the same 13-inches front to back. The top of the rack is about level with the top of the seat and each rack has a kick up in the rear. The middle of the rear section uses a laser-cut, formed steel plate to hold your cargo in place. There are plenty of places to attach bungee cords or mounting straps so you no longer have to scratch your bike’s fender as you secure your cargo.

NOTE: These racks include all mounting hardware. They do not work with nor require the Harley-Davidson mounting kits.

    Emissions Notice

    The state of California considers aftermarket exhaust systems to be legal replacement parts for non-catalyst equipped motorcycles and/or if slip-on mufflers are installed downstream of the OEM catalysts.

    California does not allow the use of aftermarket systems that remove original equipment catalysts, (except for racing use only) unless the Air Resources Board has issued an Executive Order for that system.

    For California riders we offer Air Resources Board approved Fi2000 R ARB units. (ARB E.O. No. D-633-1). All other Fi2000 models are not legal for street use in California.