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Metra 95-9700WR Saddle Tramp - Harley-Davidson 2014-Up Motorcycle Radio Kits with Water-Resistant Interface Box

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Original price $154.30 - Original price $154.30
Original price
$154.30
$154.30 - $154.30
Current price $154.30

95-9700WR Double DIN Motorcycle Radio Kit - Harley-Davidson Street Glide, Electra

  • ISO DDIN radio provision
  • Axxess interface in water-resistant enclosure included
  • ASWC-1 in water-resistant enclosure included, to retain handlebar controls
  • Antenna adapter included

This kit can only be used with an ISO DDIN radio that has an “L” shaped chassis design, with the radio chassis at the top of the screen. At present only the Sony KIT COMPONENTS XAV-AX100, XAV-AX200, and XAV-AX5000 radios have this design.

Installation Instructions for 95-9700WR.pdf

Wiring and Antenna Connections:
Wiring Harness - Axxess interface and harness included
Antenna Adapter Included
Steering wheel control interface Included

Applications:
Harley-Davidson

  • Street Glide 2014-Up
  • Electra Glide 2014-Up
  • Ultra 2014-Up
  • Limited Models 2014-Up
  • Road Glide 2015-Up

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