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Metra BC-AMP05 FLTR Amp Mounting Plate for Harley-Davidson Road Glide 1998-2013

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Metra BC-AMP05 FLTR Amp Mounting Plate for Harley-Davidson Road Glide 1998-2013

The BC-AMP05 Harley-Davidson® Road Glide FLT Amp Mounting Plate installs inside the front fairing and can be mounted to the clutch or brake side of the main fairing mounting bolts. Mounting plate, hook and loop pad, and cable ties are included in the package. The mounting plate is black powder-coated steel with slots around the outside edge which can be used to secure the wiring for the amplifier with the supplied cable ties. This mounting plate is small enough to fit into the limited space within fairings and should be paired with a micro amp. We recommend amps that are 4.5”W x 8”L x 1.5”H, as noted in the included instructions. This product is compatible with the 95-HDIF2 Harley-Davidson® Road Glide FLT/Sharknose replacement fairing.

Features:

  • Durable Steel construction
  • Black Powder coat
  • Uses OE Bolts for mounting
  • Two (2) mounting options – Left or Right of Stay Bracket
  • Multiple zip tie locations to secure wire to bracket
  • Velcro pad included
  • 1 year warranty

Vehicle Fitment:

Harley-Davidson®

  • Road Glide 1998-2013

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