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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-25-2019, 07:56 AM Thread Starter
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Aftermarket Chopped tour packs

How many people are using aftermarket Razor tour packs, vs harley's? And how is the quality of them vs harley's

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-25-2019, 09:26 AM
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I have a Chopped after market tour pak and I've been happy with it.

I just couldn't get myself to pull the trigger on Harley's pak being how expensive they are.

If I used it full time on my bike maybe I would have purchased the Harley pak but I really only use it when my wife wants to hit the road with me or if I'm traveling and need the extra storage.

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I have a razor from Advanblack. I am happy with it. I went with them because they color matched the hinges and latch. I have not had one from Harley, so I can’t compare.
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I have one that I bought in March. For my 16. Chopped. All Harley parts. Backrest and mount. I'll be selling it. Its Black Quartz with chrome hardware.


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I have a HD Chopped Pak. I have had it for years now. I would think that a reputable aftermarket pak would be fine. Just be sure to get the heavy duty hinges.
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Not to hijack this thread, but I'm sitting in dealership right now debating chopped vs. king. Feedback on one over the other? I don't ride 2 up. Also, what are you doing for antennae relocation - hidden or move to rear? I prefer look of hidden but worried about reception. Thanks!
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Not to hijack this thread, but I'm sitting in dealership right now debating chopped vs. king. Feedback on one over the other? I don't ride 2 up. Also, what are you doing for antennae relocation - hidden or move to rear? I prefer look of hidden but worried about reception. Thanks!
Which pak is going to be your own decision but for me, the chopped or razor pak looks the best IMO.

The king is just to big, once again my opinion, unless you really REALLY need the extra storage.

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Yeah, I agree with you Swomack that chopped and razor look better. I also much prefer the smaller passenger backrest on the chopped because I don't ride with passengers. I'm struggling with the difference in capacity and whether I'll kick myself down the road for not going bigger -- room for full face helmet, etc. As you say, all personal preference. Thanks.
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Not to hijack this thread, but I'm sitting in dealership right now debating chopped vs. king. Feedback on one over the other? I don't ride 2 up. Also, what are you doing for antennae relocation - hidden or move to rear? I prefer look of hidden but worried about reception. Thanks!
I fit a shit ton of stuff in my chopped. Just cant put a full face helmet in there. I'd go chopped.


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I fit a shit ton of stuff in my chopped. Just cant put a full face helmet in there. I'd go chopped.
Yeah what RFG7680 stated is true.

I can fit a good amount in my chopped but a full face will not fit.

If you only wear a full face I guess the King pak will be your best selection.


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