One-Piece H-D Detachables Sissy Bar Upright

    Part Number 52300046A


    Finish / Color: Gloss Black




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    The sweeping shape of this slim, solid bar Sissy Bar Upright completes the classic bobber look. The one-piece design eliminates separate sideplates for a clean appearance, and the stylized upper kick angle mimics the old-school sissy bars of the 50s and 60s.

    • Gloss black finish
    • Can be equipped with Passenger Backrest Pad P/N 52631-07 (black) or 52300026 (brown)


    • Mounting Style

    • Shape

      Round Bar
    • Material Content

    • Material Height

      21.0 Inch
    • Warranty

      1 year limited warranty – Go to for full details
    • Sold in Unit

    • In The Box

      Upright and bar & shield medallion
    • Sold Separately

      Backrest pad & docking hardware


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    One-Piece H-D Detachables Sissy Bar Upright is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty nice, with a few caveats This upright bar looks sweet on my '17 Lowrider S. But in order to install it, you must relocate the turn signals and the license plate. I went with all Harley parts to get the job done and I'm quite happy with how it turned out. The only problem I have is that the vibrations from the bike cause the bar to make quite a bit of noise. It's not so much a rattle as a growl, and it usually only happens when I'm slowing to a stop. Check out my pics to see the whole setup, I think it looks great.
    Date published: 2017-09-17
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not fit 2014 Street Bob This product does not fit my 2014 Street Bob as advertised. I bought this sissy bar and the mount kit only to find out that the rear mount holes on the frame for this product are covered up by the tail lights.
    Date published: 2016-07-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good ideas Installed the detachable sissy bar in about an hour along with the turn signal relocation kit (required). Really easy installation once the bike is off the ground, just drop the back tire and its easy to get to all the parts under the fender. The only issue I have with the product is the constant rattle while in gears 1-3. Sounds terrible. Looks great parked, but for the life of me I can't get figure anyway to make it stop vibrating. Once you are moving along in the upper gears though the rattle stops and everything is gravy. Works well for packing gear - I did 1400 miles last week with it and my 40lb pack, tent, and scuba gear went there and back again safe and sound.
    Date published: 2016-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice addition 2012 Dyna Street Bob, need docking hardware and turn signal relocation kit to make this happen. Looks real good, easy on and off transition, literally seconds, if that is what you are looking for, if not I highly recommend getting the locking latches so the bar doesn't grow legs and walk off.
    Date published: 2014-07-24
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    Q & A

    What backrest pads go with this sissy bar?

    Asked by: cptcroz

    Luggage rack?

    Does HD sell a luggage rack that is compatible with this sissy bar set up? I bought a used street bob that has this bar already on it. Thanks!
    Asked by: Bob15

    What accessories are needed to complete this installation on my '16 Lowrider S

    My bike is totally stock so I need everything to install this sissy bar at one time so I don't have to order a second time.
    Asked by: Loner65
    Docking Hardware Kit PN 53797-09. Plus you will probably want a backrest pad. There are mulitple to choose from.
    Answered by: Rhobz
    Date published: 2017-07-20

    I have a 2012 Street Bob with the detachable upright sissy bar--can I put saddlebags on my bike too? And if so, which bags are compatible? Thanks.

    2012 street Bob with passenger pillion and upright sissy bar with the turn signal relocation kit.
    Asked by: MrNatural
    Hi Mr. Natural, Yes! The One-Piece H-D Detachable will fit with various saddlebags. I have included a few numbers (turn signal relocation kit may be required). 1) 79300-06D, 2) 88200-09A 3) 88348-10 4) 90181-08A 5) 90307-98 6) 90369-02 7) 90369-06D 8) 90564-02 9) 90564-06D 10) 91617-03 11) 91615-09A Hope this helps!
    Answered by: RowdyGrl79
    Date published: 2016-08-01

    What lockable quick release docking hardware do I need with this black sissy bar?

    Hello, I've had a stock Low Rider S (FXDLS) nearly a month. I bought this bike partly because of the stripped-down solo look but there are other riding scenarios I'm hoping to accommodate through the purchase of a few removable items. I'm looking for secure/lockable quick release parts or accessories so I can take the wife on the occasional outing and also to cart luggage when required. I like the black sissy bar and although the associated backrest pad is adequate, I am hoping to find a '70s style King/Queen seat to go with it. Coordinating a combination of HD and potentially third party parts (if I don't give up the idea) is giving me an even bigger headache. What is the part number of the "appropriate docking hardware" keeping in mind the following: - I'm looking for a quick-release but secure lockable system so the sissy bar doesn't go walkabout; - I want saddlebags but not at the cost of relocating the turn signals because I think the relocation kit detracts from the look of the bike when it its stripped-down state; and - If I can't get saddlebags that meet the above condition then I would be hoping to add a quick-release luggage rack either clamped directly to the sissy bar or mounted to the fender. I also want to get a two-up seat but to date I have not found the kind of King/Queen seat and backrest (with a diamond stitch pattern) I have in mind for this bike. Coordinating this is a real headache, but I'm hoping we can address the challenges and come up with some options to accommodate the scenarios described above. Thank you.
    Asked by: Mongo
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