Cobra USA Detachable Backrest Line-up

Announcing new lower pricing from for its detachable backrest line-up for American V-Twins.

Cobra has announced a dramatic price reduction. Now the backrests are available for $359.95 for Sportsters and Dynas—and just $349.95 for 2018 Softails! (see below for Bagger pricing). And each part number comes with everything needed for a simple installation. Docking hardware, sissy bar, sissy bar pad, and side plates are all included in one package, specific to your bike.

Mini Detachable Bar installed on a 2014 Harley-Davidson® Sportster® and Mini Detachable Bar installed on a 2018 Harley-Davidson® Softail® Street Bob.
Short Detachable Bar installed on a 2018 Harley-Davidson® Softail® Slim and Tall Round Bar installed on 2014 Harley-Davidson® Sportster® with optional luggage rack.
Cobra offers these backrest kits in three different versions; Mini, Short, and Tall Round. And you have the choice of either Chrome or Black finish. Each kit come complete and ready to install on your bike.

They also offer detachable backrest kits for touring bikes! Each piece for these products are sold separately. For example; The Backrest retails for $269.95, Rack retails at $219.95, and Docking hardware at $159.95. Available in Chrome and Black finishes. At

5 Responses to “Cobra USA Detachable Backrest Line-up”

  1. 1 Calif Phil Apr 28th, 2018 at 7:53 am

    Those are very nice products, it is nice to have an alternative to Harley OEM detachable .

  2. 2 Apr 28th, 2018 at 11:58 am

    Need a new one for my FXDL since the HD one that I have is not the one for my passenger.

    They look good and we’ll check ’em out at the next rally.

    Vroom vroom vroom
    Boss Hawg

  3. 3 domino Apr 28th, 2018 at 4:22 pm

    … No sissy bars for me …. I like my girl to hold on tight !!
    ………….. Domino Dave……………..

  4. 4 mkviz Apr 30th, 2018 at 10:13 am

    Shouldn’t aftermarket parts be cheaper than OEM? Isn’t that the whole point of the Aftermarket? Why pay more for aftermarket products if I can buy OEM cheaper? Or is there something that I’m not understanding.

  5. 5 Apr 30th, 2018 at 6:11 pm

    2mkviz often it’s much easier for the OEM to make less expensive accessories of equal quality to aftermarket. Economy of scale may be less, especially when coupled with existing production affiliates, and advertising costs may be less overall as customer catalogs and dealer displays can be taken advantage of. Research for aftermarkets mfrs. involves research for dimensions of existing bike hardware for everything from fastener size & grade to hole distances on center and width between various brackets and bracket mounting points. Dimensions that the OEM can share in in-house with the click of a mouse, require buying, borrowing or renting a bike to measure for various fitments. Even items like product liability insurance can be much more per unit sold, as a new or smaller mfr. won’t necessarily have any track record with a certain type of product, and may find the only insurance they can get is much more expensive than the OEM.

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