I too have the nomadic. Its the best choice if you like the stock look of the bike."Not I", said the fly. You can get them new on eBay and Amazon for $155 and $175, respectively. If you need it, the part number is ABA-2JY51-00-00. I bought a Nomadic rear rack and I like it. Its quite solid and its not as big as the Tusk or Cycle Racks. Good luck, buddy.
90 bucks?, The cheapest I saw was 140 on man racks websiteI bought one from manracks for 90 bucks. Didnt want a huge rack either or one that uses the turn signals as a mounting point. This rack doesnt put all the weight on the sub-frame. Easy install, nice welds and finish and will hold more than 7 pounds.
I have a nomadic. The front side of the rack has a beefy steel bracket that attaches under the seat to the frame itself. Much stronger than some people give it credit for.Most of that rack is supported by the sub frame. The sub frame is only rated at 7 lbs. Be carful with what weight you carry.
I understand that but the weight will still be centered over the parts that attach to the subframe. I would just be carful if you carry heavy stuff a lot and inspect the subframe often.I have a nomadic. The front side of the rack has a beefy steel bracket that attaches under the seat to the frame itself. Much stronger than some people give it credit for.