New Corbin Trunkrest For Harley-Davidson Tourpaks

Corbin is launching the Ovalbac Trunkrest for Harley-Davidson Tourpaks. It gives your passenger generous body contact for more square inches of weight dispersion and for long range touring comfort.

Contoured contact area and Comfort Cell foam provides more support and less hot spots. Includes genuine “Italian” leather and a host of decorating options to coordinate with your new Corbin saddle.

The back of the trunkrest is finished with an ABS finishing plate in leather like texture to keep a very clean look on your bike. Includes a winged wheel stitch pattern.

Bolts up to your H-D trunk just like the stock pad. Fits on all years of the Harley-Davidson King Tour Pak and Chopped Tour Pak, but not on the Premium Leather Tour Pak. If you are adding a trunk to your bike, please assure the base part number (without color code) is one of the following: 53274, 53270, 53332, 53325 or 53287. In some circumstances you may need to drill holes in the lid for fitment, Corbin includes a drilling template with the trunkrest. MSRP: $263.00.

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9 Responses to “New Corbin Trunkrest For Harley-Davidson Tourpaks”


  1. 1 Doc Robinson Jun 16th, 2012 at 5:18 pm

    Very nice. Yet another fine product from the endlessly innovative mind of Mike Corbin.

  2. 2 industry guy Jun 18th, 2012 at 12:42 am

    looks like something from JC whitney!!

  3. 3 ray c wheeler Jun 18th, 2012 at 12:08 pm

    Industry guy?

    Mystery Critic?

    What have you got to offer the industry with your unlimited talent and bullshit?

    See ya at Corbins in Hollister in the 30th?

  4. 4 industry guy Jun 19th, 2012 at 3:23 am

    entitled to my opinion.

    BTW your website is out of date

    stale.

  5. 5 ray c wheeler Jun 19th, 2012 at 11:29 am

    Your opinion, web site and contact info is current and available.

    Your web site is no where to be found…..

    See you in Hollister? .

    Ray c wheeler

  6. 6 industry guy Jun 19th, 2012 at 8:28 pm

    “Your opinion, web site and contact info is current and available.”

    ?

    i do not have or need any website because i do not have or need to have a certain “claim to fame” as you do.

    i think its really cool that you go as fast as you do on 2 wheels.

    it encourages other people to enhance their motorcycles performance which is good for the v -twin industry.

    i just have my opinion. you don’t have to like it. you are also entitled to post your own opinions.

    gotta love this inter-webby thing!!

    cheers.

  7. 7 Rider2 Jun 20th, 2012 at 12:00 am

    Corbin stuff is old. Nothing new here…. it’s been done and done and done.
    And yes, their website is completely outdated and has been for over 8 years.
    Corbin does good stuff but hasn’t been stuck in the past.

  8. 8 Rider2 Jun 20th, 2012 at 12:01 am

    has been stuck in the past, not hasn’t

  9. 9 The Supreme Team Jun 20th, 2012 at 11:20 am

    Kill ’em with kindness Industry guy! LOL.

    Looking at this pak, just curious…looks like it’s kind of narrow and that your shoulders would hit the tour pak. Not trying to pick it apart, just curious as to who did the test ride. Maybe it’s just me and I need to get a smaller passenger (good that the wife doesn’t read this blog).

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