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Metra BC-HD69PR 6x9" Saddlebag Lid Speaker Adapter for Harley Davidson 93-2013

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Metra BC-HD69PR 6x9" Saddlebag Lid Speaker Adapter 

Universal 6.9" Dual Saddle Bag Lid Speaker Adapter (BC-HD69PR) by Metra¬ģ. This top-grade product is expertly made in compliance with stringent industry standards to offer a fusion of a well-balanced design and high level of craftsmanship. Manufactured from industry-leading materials using up-to-date equipment, it ensures everlasting reliability and enduring value. This product is distinguished by total quality assurance, unsurpassed by anybody else.


  • Replaces factory hard saddle bag covers
  • Left and right replacement covers with speaker mounting area
  • Speaker grilles included
  • High Gloss Black finish – fully Paintable
  • Made from weather resistant material
  • Uses factory hinge and latch hardware
  • Compatible with Harley Davidson 1996-2013

Vehicle Fitment:

Harley Davidson

  • Touring Models 1994-2013
  • Ultra Classic
  • Street Glide
  • Road Glide
  • Road King

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