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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 05-27-2013, 12:46 PM Thread Starter
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Front Forks BAG ???'s

Anyone using a front fork (Under headlight) Mounted bag? I need one since I got rid of the Glove box in the back. Any recommendations would be great. Not looking for leather, trying to keep it on a low budget. Pictures make and model would be great. Thanks....Looking forward to seeing what everyone else maybe using.

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Www.leatherup.com check it out, there are some decent prices on bags there.

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Thanks - Yeah Just checked it out - Time to order up - I mean leather up! LOL

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If you order from leatherup... use the promo code 55634 for 10% off

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Awesome Thank You!

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I had one on mine since day one, but needed to remove it to accomodate a new horn and fairing....check my intro thread for pics of it...



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Are you intending to use a fork bag for carrying a toolkit?
If so, pack light or it will end up smashing into the fender on hard bumps and leave marks or even dents.

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I always check ebay too . the price from leather to pvc isn't as much as ud think and they have all kinds of sizes too.
I have one that I keep clear and tinted glasses, du rag, a thin neck gaitor, and a couple beer cozies(the essentials) lol
mine hangs on the horn mount as my horns are on the neck covers now

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I had one on mine since day one, but needed to remove it to accomodate a new horn and fairing....check my intro thread for pics of it...
Wolfie could NOT Find any Pics, Sorry....Can you post a link?

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I always check ebay too . the price from leather to pvc isn't as much as ud think and they have all kinds of sizes too.
I have one that I keep clear and tinted glasses, du rag, a thin neck gaitor, and a couple beer cozies(the essentials) lol
mine hangs on the horn mount as my horns are on the neck covers now
Tofer - I did check ebay and made a purchase! Here is what I got:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/230595288583...84.m1439.l2649

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