Ok. I usually don't write reviews, but I thought my experience could help other Dyna owners. I bought a set of locking leather viking backs around 4 months ago. I did not see this product at the time, and I wish I had. This quick disconnect system is a must have for viking bags.
I own a 2014 Dyna Streetbob. I installed the rear marker relocation kit as well as the licence plate holder. First, I installed the bags using the factory brackets. BAD IDEA. DO NOT use the brackets that come with the leather viking bags. No matter how I tried to adjust the left brackets, they would catch under the chain guard and tear a hole!!! So I built my own brackets with 2" pieces of 1/2 " conduit and plates of aluminum. ALso, every time I had to pull off the bags to adjust them, I had to worry about holding the bag in place, the rear markers, the inner bracket, the wiring, and the bolts. Even with a friend holding the bag, this was a pain in the ass!!!
So, let me tell you about this bracket. If you have a Dyna Streetbob like I do, DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT AS IT IS!!!! You will need different hardware. The brackets are perfect, but you will need 4 x 3/8x2 " chrome bolts with 3/8" docking posts and spacers. The kit currently only comes with 2 of the bolts and docking posts. I ended up cutting the longer bolts and drilling out the other 2 docking posts they sent. This is the only reason I took off a star for this kit.
After I did this, though, it only took about an hour to pull off the bags, put on the docking posts (Extremely easy after the hassle of mounting the bags directly!), and bolt the bags to the bracket.
Quality: The brackets are extremely well made, and and seem like they will last for a very long time. They hold the bags well. There is a little play when they are installed, but not bad.
Look: These brackets look very natural on my bike. It looks so much better with these brackets than the original bracket.
Ease of use: Installation is simple and very easy. Just bolt on the Docking posts, put on the brackets and tighten down the locking brackets, then mark and bolt the brackets to your bags. To put them on and take them off, you just turn the key a quarter turn, and they slip right on or off. It is that easy.
Bottom Line: If you buy bags for your bike, go ahead and spend the money for these brackets. They will save you alot of time and some big headaches. Just make sure you call and have them send the right hardware. I have heard that they are very good about it.