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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-01-2015, 08:17 AM Thread Starter
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Question razor tour pack

Any help would be great on ebay a razor tour pack from
fairing factory any one mount one of them ,I have 4 point docking
and was thinking what other parts I would need ..
comes with top and bottom and a metal bracket ,on the bottom would it be the flat mounting luggage rack or the one with the tubes ,any help would be great and what it would cost about for all the other parts??
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Razor Tour Pak


I'm not completely sure what you are asking, because I think your typing fingers were drinking some of that Canadian beer last night. But gonna take a shot at this.

From the pics you attached, it appears the mounting plate for the pak is already installed. It will depend on what year bike you have as to what addition parts you will need. Remember the motor company changed the touring line for 2009. If you have an 08 or older bike your have to get the hardware for those years. Either way you will need the mounting bracket for your bike, (quick release or permanent is up to you) and the corresponding mounting bracket for the tour pak. I know you can mount a luggage rack on top of the HD razor paks, no history with the Fairing Factory units. This is a job you can do yourself, I did it to my 2004 FLHTC in a couple of hours with hand tools in my garage. (And I am not a tech, but I like to do as much work on my bike as I can) Just remember, in about 500 miles go back and recheck all of your fasteners, our bikes seem to vibrate just a little.

As far as price, if you go through HD, for everything it will cost $300 or more. But if shopping on ebay you should be able to get everything you need for less then $200.

Hope this helps, good luck.

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I have an ebay Razor box mounted on my 07.
Mounted mine on a detachable tubular luggage rack I had bought but wasnt using.
Cut a raised tube off it to make it flat, aligned the pac where I wanted, located and drilled 4 holes with a cordless, mounted it with the slotted straps and 4 stainless bolts. I fit a pc of 1/4 "birch plywood inside the pac and bolted thru it also. The fiberglass mat inside is tough on jackets and stuff, pretty abrasive. Looking to maybe put some felt or outdoor carpet in it this winter

I find the quality is off, but I realize you get what you pay for. After buying the pac,Harley HD hinges and latches, getting a matched keylock, getting the cables, buying 75 bucks of paint, drilling holes ( no small feat without a pattern, and the hinge pads are not molded very good, the lock hole is particularly tough, gotta hit it right on the first try) painting the thing seven times, then finding the lid wont shut with the Harley seal is somewhat disappointing. I made it work, but probably have 400+ in it plus my time.
And I had the detach mount already. If I did it again, I would try for a Harley one off ebay or craigslist, get an ABS one. It's not worth the 800 HD wants for them new to me, but the bargain one is pretty much just that.

I also fit my Matuzu back rest pad on it. Hate it, but functional. Looking for a Harley one. Another 120-150ish

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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-08-2015, 07:31 AM
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I have a Razor tour pak from Matuza. I think its the same mold. They look the same. I had to modify my Motherwells mount for it to sit flat. Or you can use the u shaped mount off the older models.

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