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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-04-2015, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
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Need Saddlebags...

I'm looking for some larger saddlebags for my VN1500... hard or soft... anyone have some for cheap?

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Hmmm...lemme check the garage when I get home.

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maybe, define "larger"......

if it goes vroom or boom, I LIKE IT!
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lol, "larger" - would look good on a 1500

probably closer to 16" long and maybe 7-8" wide?

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lol, "larger" - would look good on a 1500

probably closer to 16" long and maybe 7-8" wide?

what condition? used, new, very used? lol

I might have a set around that size. I'll have to measure when I get home tonight.

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Lol i have a set that size...in very used condition. I doubt you'dbe interested in them. I have a few smaller (regular sized) bags in good condition. I have a retro set of hard bags too that need to be redone.

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Can y'all post pictures? I don't mind very used... my bike ain't pretty...

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Details on stator build here

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I still have my Harley bags, Ive got the mounts too..

Here they are on my 900.


On the 750.

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And you don't need them anymore?

How much?

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And you don't need them anymore?

How much?
yes. and cheap! lol

those are some really nice hard bags. I've seen them up close many times. lol

I just measured my bags, I think they are too small for ya. sorry they ended up being 14"x9"x5.5".

yeah, Kanuck69's are not only bigger, but better! lol in my book hard always beats soft. lol

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