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Custom made saddlebag support - DONE

Check out my new custom made saddlebag supports. I made them myself, they are not exactly great looking but I think that they will work fine. They are designed to be able to pull them out when they are not in use.

These will go with a set of custom made vinyl saddlebags, handmade. Pics of the saddlebags on and off the bike will be posted as soon as I get them.

Supports are still unpainted but I sent them off so that they will do the saddlebags to fit the supports.

I'll be waiting for your comments,

Ride Safely,

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Nice job. I just purchase my 750 a couple of weeks ago. It is a 2004 and has saddlebags but no supports. I was checking around the website and noticed that several people have made their own. I am thinking about taking a crack at it. Let me know if you have any tips for me before i get started.

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Now you just need some awesome saddlebags like these!



I'm sorry, this pic just cracks me up!
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Hm. I can see it. Put it in my gallery if it doesn't show up again here but I will try one more time. I think its worth it!

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Hard luggage I reckon,what about the big horn facing backwards under the seat? lol




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Nice DIY job.

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Hm. I can see it. Put it in my gallery if it doesn't show up again here but I will try one more time. I think its worth it!

mmmm...dont think i'd want to put my lunch in there
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mmmm...dont think i'd want to put my lunch in there
If you waited a while after you ate it wouldn't be a problem!! LOL


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Now thats funny LOL
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