Covered Hard Trunks For Hardcore Riders
TERRYVILLE, CT – December 19, 2012 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – You don’t have to be a hardcore rider to appreciate Mustang’s new covered hard trunks… but it helps. Already known for making the most comfortable motorcycle seats in the world, Mustang Motorcycle Products, LLC understands that the journey is as important as the destination. Of course you might need to take along some essentials during your journey, so Mustang has matched these new top cases to their lineup of hard saddlebags for most metric cruisers and Harley-Davidson® models.
Measuring a spacious 22” wide x 18” long and 13” high, these covered hard trunks are large enough to accommodate two full-face helmets. Not only do these matching top boxes add to the overall carrying capacity, but they also incorporate a padded backrest to keep passengers comfortable for the long haul.
Made from reinforced fiberglass and covered in the same durable expanded vinyl as Mustang’s seats, the covered hard trunks come in plain or with a choice of chrome studs and conchos to match their seats and saddlebags. A chrome latch keep things securely stowed, not to mention the fact that the lid is double-sealed for additional protection from the elements. The skirted lid also features a braided edge trim for a finished look.
Mustang’s covered hard trunks sell for less than $700.
Value-added features include:
- Made of reinforced fiberglass and covered with high-quality expanded vinyl
- Rubber seal makes the case ultra water-resistant
- Inside surface is lined with durable felt-like material
- Mounting hardware available
Since 1980, Mustang has handcrafted the most comfortable seats in the world, all under one roof in their state-of-the-art facility in Three Rivers, Massachusetts. With an unwavering focus on quality and customer satisfaction, Mustang has grown to be the leader in the design and construction of aftermarket motorcycle seats. No one is more dedicated to building a more comfortable seat for both riders and passengers than Mustang because when it hurts to ride, it’s not fun anymore. Mustang: what a difference comfort makes!