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Old 10-12-2018, 02:29 PM
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Saddlebag Swap

I liked the convertible bags I was running but they just weren't durable enough on a bike that actually gets ridden and they also didn't lock. Towards the end they didn't even zip either and the quick release mounts were always release mounts and I had to zip tie them on.

I found these from Vikingbags and I really like them so far. Easy to mount, sturdy and they lock. I want to get them a little closer to the bike but they're fine for now. In the 8 days I've had them mounted I've ridden through the rain twice, including a gullywasher, and no leaks at all.
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Looks like a nice set up.
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Very nice! They look great
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Locking bags are great
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Old 10-17-2018, 01:59 PM
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I was at the dealer yesterday picking up parts and these are way sturdier than any of the similar HD hard bags that I tried. The lids and latches were flimsier on the factory bags.
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