Recall Of Some After Market Harley-Davidson Softail Detachables Saddlebags

Certain Harley-Davidson Detachables Saddlebags sold as accessories through Harley-Davidson dealerships may contain a defect.

The saddlebag wall thickness may be inadequate, causing improper latching. The saddlebag latching arm may disengage, potentially allowing the saddlebag to separate from the motorcycle while riding.

Dealers will install a kit onto the affected saddlebags that prevents the arm from unlatching inadvertently.  Affected saddlebags have part numbers 90201561, 90201645, 90501552, 90201644, 90201555 and 90201513, and they fit 2018 Softail models.

2 Responses to “Recall Of Some After Market Harley-Davidson Softail Detachables Saddlebags”


  1. 1 kent Apr 5th, 2018 at 9:54 am

    Another recall!

  2. 2 ozzie21 Apr 6th, 2018 at 9:34 pm

    Strange…why recall a saddlebag latch? Usually they only do a recall after something has been found to be a safety issue and someone might get killed on the motorcycle. And most importantly there is a threat of being sued. Then they do something. There have been many many H-D quality control issues over the past 10-15 years that should have been recalls. I won’t go into detail.

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