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I just saw this bike set up very simular to ours. The guy had a smaller saddle bag mounted to the left side of the swingarm down about as low as a side mount plate. It look pretty **** cool! I was riding at the time so no pics, sorry :-\ Thought I'd share it, may inspire someone. Starting to look for the right size bags to try.
 

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I wanna say his was a bit bigger :eek: That came out really wrong! I'm definately likin the single bag slung low though. If we had METAL fender supports we could hang it off that?
 

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I bought a bag that is very similar to this that I am not going to use. It looks like:





It's still in the box in my garage. I would sell it if anyone is interested.
 

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Saltyseafarer said:
Did it look sumpthin like this . . . . .



If so scroll down on this site for the skinny . . . .
[url]http://www.sideroadcycles.com/ImportedMotorcycles/Leatherworks/Leatherworks.html[/url]

I've just begun thinking along this line myself for my Raven.
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WO!!! I have to say that I REALLY like that small and simple bag. For some reason it looks like some kind of horse side pouch or something. LOLLL I cannot find the word. But I would love it for some small tools, lunch for work or such!
 

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SanDiegoStryker said:
I bought a bag that is very similar to this that I am not going to use. It looks like:



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It's still in the box in my garage. I would sell it if anyone is interested.
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Just saw this what is the make,and size of the bag? Everything I've seen is too small, or too big? Why arn't you diggin it?
 

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Yep. I took flat stock and put two bolts through the heal guard on the passenger peg. If its close to the swingarm you can space it out further. I used nuts between the flat stock and bike to move the bracket out further.
 
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