[I'm assuming all the spool diameters post 2019 model year are the same now so, really this will work "bolt-on" for model years 2020-... or any previous Vintage or Chief with Chieftain spools] Here's the link to purchase/investigate parts & paint options: https://www.vicbaggers.com/product-page/chopped-tour-pack-kit-for-indian For my birthday, my over-generous girlfriend bought me the powfer-coated rack and color matched chopped tour pack from Vic Baggers. It was waiting for me at home when we got back from Key West [from order to arrival was ~6 weeks] post pictures here as I go through the assembly process, today. First impressions: 1) This is SOLID American made CNC or water-jetted aluminum(?). I'd accuse it of being steel due to the weight of the rack's three components but it's unlikely. I'm impressed. 【A+】 2) The hardware is likely locally sourced as it's 9/16's. 3) Whoever designed this thought it out, as the four outside nuts are flanged and the two centers are lock nuts. 【A+】 4) The trunk is solid rigid plastic with just a little flex. The hinge hardware is serious stuff and the retaining mechanism is a spring-tensioned ribbon spool. The lock/latch combo is a serious two piece clam shell type with star key lock. It's impressive. The trunk came with a rubber mat to line the bottom and all hardware, to include plastic spool covers) required.【A+】 More later, as I go.... Here we go: 1) I ignored the instruction to mount the side brackets to the outside of the baseplate because that seemed counterintuitive to the minimization of damage in the case of a catastrophe. I also left BOTH sets of OEM spool bushings in place and the fitment seems perfect. This is NOT what the directions call for, so buyer beware. Tip to other idiots: Remove your bag fairings before you try to test fit the rack assembly. Seems obvious right? Brain injuries and stupidity are a bitch.