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Hi; I have a new riders backrest for my Ultra 06. There is only two studs sticking through the rear fender, and no other holes for mounting, and the bracket doesn't fit flat on the fender. This is a Harley Davidson back rest that is suppose to fit 88 and later models. Ant ideas? Thanks.

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You may want to visit the dealer....I think you may be missing the installation kit. Oh yeah you buy the backrest and then you gotta buy the installation kit also. Just check, hope it works out.

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