We are retiring many of our designs, making them limited in nature. We want this process to help make your bike unique. If you've been thinking about scoring a set of these custom decals, get them now before they're gone!
Our saddlebag decals are made from premium weatherproof hi-tack vinyl with a long lifespan that will keep them looking new for years. They are available in two finishes, heavy-duty 12 mil laminated Gloss (looks like it's painted on), or a heavy-duty sandy matte textured premium finish.
These decals are the "rounded" type Indian saddlebags. If you have the newer style bags, or an Indian Challenger, please look for the "New Style" listing in our shop.
2014-2018 - All Models
2019-2020 - Chieftain Classic, Roadmaster, Springfield
2021 - Springfield, Roadmaster, Roadmaster Elite
Bike owner: Terry Gabriel | Photo by Brave Wolf Customs
Installing our decals is easy to do yourself at home. We recommend removing all of the excess decal material (the background image) before installing the decals. This will allow you to dispose of all the small cut-out pieces so that the pieces do not get trapped underneath your decal when installing it on the bike. Once you have all of the small pieces and background removed, you can use the "wet method" to install the decals to your saddlebags. The wet method involves using a spray bottle of water with a couple drops of dish soap in the mixture and spraying the surface of your saddlebags to wet the entire surface. Then carefully remove the backing from your decal and use the spray bottle to wet the adhesive side of the decal. Now you can gently place the decal on your saddlebag. Because the surfaces are wet, you can pull the decal up to reposition it until you get it where you want it. Once it's in place, use a squeegee or other object such as a credit card wrapped in a microfiber towel to squeeze the water out from behind the decal. You can also use your hands to do this. You should take care not to use a hard/abrasive object that can scratch the decals or your bike's paint. The high-tack adhesive will begin to set/adhere to the bike as soon as the liquid is push out from behind the decal. Use caution to ensure the towel or object you are using does not catch any edges of the decal and pull it off your bike. If you take your time and be gentle during installation, it should be an easy process. A hair dryer can be used to speed up the drying process if needed.
Feel free to visit our How-To page on the website to watch a "wet method" installation video TAB Performance made while installing our Zombie decals.