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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-02-2010, 03:27 PM Thread Starter
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Sissy Bar bag from Jafrum

I was debating about a sissy bar bag and saddle bags. Flite Control (hey man thanks for the suggestion!) suggested I check out the JAFRUM website for the SB1 Sissy Bar Bag. It's only $49 plus shipping. Just got it yesterday and I think it's awesome and a helluva bargain. Here are the details:

Sissy Bar Bags - Leather Motorcycle Sissy Bar Bag SB1.

Premium Leather Motorcycle Sissy Bar Bag. This is for the whole set of 2 bags and a Bonus rain cover !!

Made of top quality Premium Cowhide leather, this two part bag is built to last, with reinforced stitching, heavy-duty nylon straps, and heavy-duty zippers.

If you need a cheaper one please buy our SB1PU which is made from man made materials. We also have one made using naked cowhide leather called SB1Naked.

This sissy bar bag bag can be expanded for more room !!

This will fit on any type of bike due to the many straps with Q-release provided.

Two additional straps provided will allow the bag to be converted into a backpack or rucksack when off the bike.

This big roomy sissy bar travel bag will carry everything you would want to take with you on a long or short ride.

The mini-duffle is 15" X 9" X 9" and the big bag is 16"wide, 21" tall, 6" deep (12" deep when expanded!), It has 4 pockets on the sides, 2 each on each side of the bag, with zipper closures.

Sissy Bar Bag Features:

Brand: Jafrum
Material: Cowhide Leather
Color: Black
Dimensions: Big Bag: 16 inch wide X 21 inch tall X 6 inch depth ( 12 inch depth when expanded)
Small Bag: 15 inch X 9 inch X 9 inch
How to install this bag ?

This bag has a universal fit. It will fit any motorcycle with a sissy bar on it.
This bag has a pocket pouch on the back. Just slip it over the sissy bar and tighten using the ties and straps with quick release. These ties and straps comes attached with the bag. Our bag can be reversed to give room for the passenger!

Fits any motorcycle. Or can be used as a backpack/rucksack till you buy a motorcycle !!


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I don't have it on my bike yet. It's just out of the box and I am planning on watching the Buckeyes tonight at 7:30. There's a picture on the website. I will work on getting a pic once I've got it on the bike.

http://www.jafrum.com/Motorcycle-Lug...y-Bar-Bags/SB1


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When you get it on, try to get some shots of how you strap it to the bike. Haven't ordered mine yet; been waiting for a guinea pig!

I'm keepin' all the left over parts. I'm gonna use 'em to build another bike!
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i would get it. I think its the same one i just ordered and mine cost 90 bucks.

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I got one in July. It was the SB1PU man-made materials version. Didn't have my Vulcan, but used it on another bike. This thing is huge inside. Packed all my stuff for a week's trip and still had room. Good quality and makes a great backrest on a long trip.
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Mine straps good horizontally but not so sure about vertically. maybe with stuff in it, it stays down on the luggage rack better.

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