DYNA DETACHABLE SADDLEBAGS
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REV. 2007-03-29
DYNA DETACHABLE SADDLEBAGS
GENERAL
NOTE
Kit Number
Perform the following procedure on one side of the motorcycle
at a time. This will eliminate the need for raising the rear end
of the motorcycle. If it is necessary to remove both shocks at
once, place the motorcycle on a center stand with the rear
wheel raised off the ground.
90181-08
Models
For model fitment information, please see the P&A Retail Catalog or the Parts and Accessories section of www.harleydavidson.com (English only).
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All models except FXDWG require separate purchase of Turn
Signal Relocation Kit 68732-02A (Domestic) or 68733-02A
(International), or Layback License Plate and Turn Signal
Relocation Kit 60215-06.
1.
See Figure 1. Remove lower shock mount bolt (1) and
jam nut (7) (only used on left side). Save jam nut for reinstallation
2.
Remove upper shock mount bolt (2), outer washer (3),
chrome cover (4), inner washer (3), shock absorber (5) or
(8) and spacer (6). Chrome covers and inner washers are
only used on FXDB and FXDC models.
3.
Discard chrome covers, (if present) and all hardware
except jam nut (7).
Loctite® 243 Threadlocker and Sealant - Blue.
Kit Contents
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Additional Parts Required
Shock Absorbers - 2006 - 2007 Models
See Figure 7 and Table 1.
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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)
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NOTE
Maximum saddlebag weight capacity is 7 pounds (3.2 Kg.)
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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.
Remove seat according to Owner's Manual instructions.
2.
Disconnect battery negative cable.
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The rider's safety depends 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. (00333a)
REMOVAL
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Lower shock mounting bolt
Upper shock mounting bolt
Washer (4 on FXDB and FXDC, 2 on all others)
Chrome cover (FXDB, FXDC only)
Shock absorber
Upper shock spacer
Jam nut
Shock absorber (FXDWG only)
Figure 1. Remove Stock Shock Absorber - '06 & '07 Models
Shock Absorbers - 2008 and Later Models
1.
See Figure 2. Remove lower shock mount bolt (1) and
jam nut (6) (only on left side). Save jam nut for reinstallation.
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2.
Remove acorn nut (2), outer washer (3), chrome cover
(4), inner washer (3) and shock absorber (5) or (7).
Chrome covers and inner washers are only used on FXDB
and FXDC models.
3.
Discard chrome covers, (if present) and all hardware
except jam nut (6).
4.
Remove and discard shock stud assembly (8).
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Lower support arm
Screw
Lockwasher
Fender Washer
Isolator
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Figure 3. Lower Support Arm Installation
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Lower shock mounting bolt
Acorn nut
Washer
Chrome cover (FXDB, FXDC only)
Shock absorber
Jam nut
Shock absorber (FXDWG only)
Shock absorber stud assembly
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Figure 2. Remove Stock Shock Absorber - '08 & Later
Models
INSTALLATION
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Docking Point Installation
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See Figure 3. Install left side lower support arm to saddlebag. Apply Loctite 243 - Blue to threads of screws (2).
Loosely install lower support arm (1) on saddlebag using
screws (2), lockwashers (3), fender washers (4) and isolator (5). The lower arm (1) and isolator (5) mount on the
outside of the back of the saddlebag. The hardware
mounts to the arm from inside the saddlebag.
2.
Hand tighten screws (2). They will be fully tightened during
saddlebag installation.
3.
Repeat lower support assembly for the right side saddlebag.
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Upper shock spacer, long, right side
Flathead screw, 3/8 x 1.25 inch
Docking point
Nylock nut, 3/8 inch
Washer
Upper shock bolt, 1/2 x 4 inch
Lower shock bolt, 1/2 x 2.5 inch
Lower shock spacer, 0.25 inch thick
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Install the Fender Mounting Kit per the instruction sheet
included for all models.
Install Saddlebag Lower Support Arms
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Figure 4. Shock Absorber and Upper Shock Spacer
Assembly - '06 & '07
Upper Shock Spacer Assembly - 2006 - 2007 Models
1.
See Figure 4. Assemble a 3/8 x 1.25 inch flat head screw
(2), docking point (3) and lock nut (4) to each upper shock
spacer (1) as shown. Tighten to 21-27 ft-lbs. (28-37 Nm).
2.
2006-2007 models: Use a 1/2-13 inch tap to clean the
tapped upper shock mounting hole on the frame of any
Loctite or debris.
NOTE
The upper shock bolts will be tightened to specific torques after
the shock spacer is installed and all saddlebag supports are
aligned.
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The saddlebag installation procedure below must be performed
immediately following Step 6 to prevent the Loctite from curing
before the upper shock bolt is tightened to the specified torque.
3.
Install the new 4-inch upper shock bolt (6) with thin washer
(5) through the upper eye of the shock and slide on the
new shock spacer (1), as shown, orienting the arm of the
upper shock spacer (1) so that it is directly behind the
shock. Be sure to use the long shock spacer on the righthand side and the short shock spacer on the left-hand
side.
2.
Install the new upper shock bolt (6) with thin washer (5)
through the upper eye of the shock and slide on the new
right side shock spacer (1), as shown, orienting the arm
of the upper shock spacer (1) so that it is directly behind
the shock. Be sure to use the thin washer between the
bolt (6) and shock absorber. Be sure to use the long shock
spacer on the right-hand side and the short shock spacer
on the left-hand side.
3.
Install thick washer (9) and nut (10) to upper shock bolt
(6).
4.
Hand tighten the upper shock bolt so that the arm of the
shock spacer is held in position but can be easily adjusted.
4.
Hand tighten the upper shock bolt so that the arm of the
shock spacer is held in position but can be easily adjusted.
5.
Install the lower shock to the rear fork with the new lower
shock spacer (8) between the shock and the rear fork.
Tighten the lower shock bolt to 30-45 ft-lbs. (41-61 Nm).
5.
6.
Repeat steps 1-5 for the left side shock spacer.
See Figure 4. Install shock absorber to the rear fork with
the new lower shock bolt (7) and shock spacer (8) between
the shock and the rear fork. Tighten the lower shock bolt
to 30-45 ft-lbs. (41-61 Nm).
6.
Repeat steps 1-5 for the left side shock spacer.
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Open the saddlebag.
2.
See Figure 6. From the inside of the saddlebag pull and
rotate the knob (1) and the latch pin (2) will release the
bracket lock.
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Upper shock spacer, long, right side
Flathead screw, 3/8 x 1.25 inch
Docking point
Nylock nut, 3/8 inch
Washer, thin
Upper shock bolt, 1/2 x 4.75 inch
Lower shock bolt, 1/2 x 2.5 inch
Lower shock spacer, 0.25 inch thick
Washer, thick
Hex nut, 1/2-13
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Saddlebag Installation - All Models
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1. Knob
2. Latch pin
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Figure 6. Saddlebag Knob and Latch
3.
Approach the bike with the bag tipped forward and swing
the large diameter of the keyhole end of the lower support
arm over the lower docking point. Swing the body of the
bag down so that the outer docking points on the strut
cover slide into the slots of the bracket on the back of the
bag.
NOTE
4.
The upper shock fasteners will be tightened to specific torques
after the shock spacer is installed and all saddlebag supports
are aligned.
Slide the bag forward on the bike making sure that it is
fully seated into all three docking points.
5.
With the bag as far forward as possible, rotate the knob
toward the front of the bag. If the bag is seated properly,
the knob should pop back in. Look behind the bag and
make sure that the latch is in the closed position.
6.
Rotate the shock spacer so that the lower docking point
is fully seated into the smaller diameter of the lower support bracket. Tighten the upper shock mounting bolt to 7585 ft-lbs (102-115 Nm).
7.
If adjusting the shock spacer in Step 6 causes the bag or
lower support bracket to be lifted or pushed down, loosen
Figure 5. Shock Absorber and Upper Shock Spacer
Assembly - '08 & later
Upper Shock Spacer Assembly - 2008 and Later
Models
The saddlebag installation procedure below must be performed
immediately following Step 6 to prevent the Loctite from curing
before the upper shock bolt is tightened to the specified torque.
1.
See Figure 5. Assemble a 3/8 x 1.25 inch flat head screw
(2), docking point (3) and lock nut (4) to each upper shock
spacer (1) as shown. Tighten to 21-27 ft-lbs. (28-37 Nm).
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the two screws holding the lower support bracket to the
saddlebag and adjust the arm forward or back as needed.
9.
Repeat for the other saddlebag.
10. Connect battery negative cable.
8.
Tighten the two support bracket screws to 60-90 in-lbs
(7-10 Nm).
11. Install seat according to Owner's Manual instructions.
9.
Repeat for the other side.
MAINTENANCE
Docking Point Bolts
Reflector Installation
NOTE
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)
See Figure 7 and Table 1. Position reflector mount (18)
in center of saddlebag between straps.
2.
Mark holes on saddlebag with pen (or other appropriate
tool).
3.
Using soapy water or isopropyl alcohol, clean the surface
of the reflector mount (18) where reflector (17) will be
installed.
4.
Allow the surface to dry completely before continuing.
5.
Remove adhesive from back of reflector and install on
reflector mount. Apply pressure to reflector for at least one
minute.
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After 500 miles (800 km) of on-road use with the saddlebags
installed, it is necessary to check the torque on the saddlebag
mounting bolts. Check to make sure the torque is still 21-27 ftlbs (28.5- 36.6 Nm). Re-tighten bolts if necessary.
Saddlebag Docking Points
NOTE
In time, the docking points may wear, causing the lower front
support brackets to become loose. The fit may be tightened
using the following procedure:
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Loosen the docking hardware.
2.
Rotate the docking points clockwise approximately 45
degrees.
3.
Tighten the docking hardware to 21-27 ft-lbs. (28-37 Nm).
This procedure can be repeated up to 3 times before replacement of the docking points is recommended.
Saddlebag Care
Using appropriate tool, make two 3/16 inch holes in saddlebag at locations marked in Step 2.
Apply the Leather Dressing included with the saddlebag kit
according to the supplied directions.
7.
Install reflector mount (1) on saddlebag using two pushnuts
(19). The push nuts are installed from inside the saddlebag.
NOTE
Let the adhesive cure for at least 24 hours at no less than
60°F (16°C).
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Genuine Harley-Davidson Leather Dressing (part number
98261-91V) is available for purchase from any Harley-Davidson
Dealer.
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SERVICE PARTS
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Figure 7. Service Parts: Dyna Detachable Saddlebags
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Table 1. Service Parts: Dyna Detachable Saddlebags
Item
Description (Quantity)
Part Number
Item
Description (Quantity)
Part Number
1
Saddlebag assembly, right
90182-08
21 •
Washer 0.886 OD x 0.380 6139
ID x 0.72 thick (2)
2
Saddlebag assembly, left
90183-08
22 •
Bracket, rear fender mount 60198-06
3
Nut, 3/8 nylock (2)
7667
23 •
Docking point, detachable 53967-06
(4)
4
Screw, 3/8 x 1.25, flat head (2) 4581
24 •
Spacer, recess cover, turn 47531-06
signal (2)
5
Leather care (not shown)
25 •
Screw, hex socket (4)
4030
6
Spacer, short, left upper shock 90574-06A
26 •
Spacer, front, tapered (2)
11802
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Spacer, long, right upper shock 92139-06A
27 •
Spacer, rear (2)
11801
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Docking point
28 Kit, bracket, right lower (includes 90637-06A
items 29-33)
9
Spacer, lower shock, 0.25 thick 92140-06
(2)
Not Sold Separately
53967-06 (2)
29 •
Arm, lower support, right
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Fender washer, stainless 6788
steel, 1.00 OD x 0.33 ID x
0.06 thick (2)
31 •
Lockwasher (2)
7041
12 Nut, hex, 1/2, 2008 and later (2) 7880
32 •
Screw, hex socket (2)
4359
13 Washer, 0.810 OD x 0.510 ID X 6113
0.030 thick (2)
33 •
Isolator, lower support arm Not Sold Separately
14 Washer, 0.900 OD x 0.510 ID x 6792
0.1046 thick, 2008 and later (2)
34 Kit, bracket, left lower (includes 90642-06B
items 35-39)
15 Bolt, hex 1/2 x 4, 2006 and 2007 54718-06A
(4)
35 •
Arm, lower support, left
16 Reflector Kit (2), (includes items 59480-04
17-19)
36 •
Fender washer, stainless 6788
steel, 1.00 OD x 0.33 ID x
0.06 thick (2)
17 •
Reflector, red
59173-00
37 •
Lockwasher (2)
7041
18 •
Mount, reflector
Not Sold Separately
38 •
Screw, hex socket (2)
4359
19 •
Pushnut (2)
39 •
Isolator, lower support arm Not Sold Separately
4677
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20 Kit, fender mounting (includes
items 21-27)
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NOTE: All hardware measurements are in inches.
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11 Bolt, upper shock, 1/2 x 4.75,
2008 and later (2)
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10 Bolt, lower shock, 1/2 x 2.5 (2)
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Not Sold Separately
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