With the new seat fitted to the bike, Derk used a Cycle Visions BaggerTail Kit he had on hand and started to mock up Adam's bike with some Bad Dad bodywork. As stated before, Bad Dad offers parts for baggers, but it also provides parts for Softails as well. From front to rear is a Slammed Fender ($240) made to fit without any spacers, a Stretched Headlight Nacelle ($260) made to fit the larger Touring-style 7-inch headlight assembly ($115), Stretched Tank Shrouds ($365) and Stretched Dash ($175), Shaved and Stretched Saddlebags ($2,150-lids, hinges, weather strips, and assembly included), an All-in-One Fender ($285), and an All-in-One Taillight with wiring harness ($295). All of the body pieces are made from hand-laid fiberglass and come gel-coated so they are ready to paint. The good thing about these parts is that they are easy to modify to suit your needs.
With the new seat fitted to the bike, Derk used a Cycle Visions BaggerTail Kit he had