Gain a few extra inches for going those extra miles. This handy kit moves the Tour-Pak® back 1 in., 2 in. or 3 in. to provide more room for your passenger. The added space makes things much more comfortable for the passenger and makes climbing on and off much easier, especially if the bike is equipped with a driver backrest.
NOTE: Fits models listed equipped with rigid mounted or detachable King, Ultra or Chopped Tour-Paks
Included Items: (2) Black aluminum relocator blacks (right and left)
(4) 1/4 in. flat washers
(4) 1/4 in. split lock washers
(4) 1/4 in.-20 x 1 1/8 in. hex head bolts
(4) Cable ties
I have 2016 Harley Tri-Glide: the Kuryakyn tour-pak relocator is a high quality part, BUT a bit pricey, to install the relocator you need a helper, and you need to purchase 4 1/4in-20 x 3/4 bolts account the provided bolts are to long. The install took us about 45-mins.. and the relocator is undetectable unless you looking for it..
Finally, a way to move the tour pak that looks great
This is a bit pricey, in my book...BUT...the results are fantastic. The advertise 1, 2, and 3 inch adjustments. It is actually .5 to 1.5, 1.5 to 2.5, and 2.5 to 3.5 inches of extra seat room. Be sure to get the filler pad to take up the gap when you move the tour pak back. No relocation of wires was required. Best to have two people to do the job and make sure the bike is level to avoid a mishap.
Well machined, but very heavy & high priced in my opinion. If moving the tour pak back more than an inch, the filler pad will be needed as well. I only moved the tour pak back an inch & the front of the brackets ended up on top of my factory wiring harness retainers, so I had to remove them & tie wrap wiring down later. I did buy stainless steel shorter fasteners, as those supplied were too long. The front fasteners were very hard to get started, due to small space. If I do this again, I may use studs & self locking nuts. I put blue masking tape on my trike trunk, just behind the seat, so as not to scratch the paint. A ratcheting combination wrench sure came in handy for removing & installing fasteners, plus my grandson's smaller hands.
The quality is good. The part fits well and is easily installed in about 20 minutes. Its sad that $10 worth of aluminum and 15 minutes of machining time costs so much. It does what its supposed to...but should cost a lot less.