Low profile, minimalistic passenger pillion features grey stitching to complement the Original Equipment solo seat on XL1200V and XL1200X models.
- Easy-to-install with included hardware and grab strap
- Pillion width 7.75"
Passenger Pillion is rated
Rated 5 out of
Good fit for 2014 SuperLow 1200T
Bought the one piece detachable sissy bar (part #: 52300040A) for my 2014 SuperLow 1200T (XL 1200T). Returned the first sissy bar due to chipped chrome and scratches, the second one I ordered was ok. Also ordered backrest pad (part #: 52631-07), which fits the sissy bar well, and my wife says it's comfortable.The XL 1200T already has the docking hardware in place for the saddlebags (you do NOT need to buy additional docking hardware to attach the sissy bar). Initial install takes some effort to get the sissy bar into the docking ports. Looks awesome once in place. The sissy bar and saddlebags round out the bike nicely. The sissy bar and backrest pad are overpriced, but I could not find another decent option.
Date published: 2015-09-06
Rated 3 out of
This seat looks great, matches the stock solo seat perfectly.
While the seat looks great on the forty eight and matches the stock solo seat perfectly, I would only recommend it for shorter trips or hopping around town. If your gal is smaller on the behind then this might work as well. My wife is say 225 lbs and very much disliked the comfort on longer trips of more than 1/2 hour, due to the fact it was a harder seat with minimal padding. longer rides were out of the question. I then bought the sundowner and detachable sissy bar and Bam! Lets go riding she says!!! Happy wife! Happy life! eh?
Date published: 2014-06-22
Rated 4 out of
Great for short trips
I was looking for a way to get my wife on the back without having to bulk up the back fender too much. This pillion pad is nice and sleek, matches the look of the stock Forty-Eight solo seat and appears to be a high quality item.
The wife reports that the pillion is plenty comfortable although it's easy to start sliding off the back. If you tend to ride spiritedly, be sure your passenger is hanging on tight or consider a sissy bar.
Date published: 2014-06-10