Thanks allot man!!! I am gonna have to pick one up.ratboy said:I got it locally at a place called Open Road Leathers here in Jacksonville, but it is exactly like this bag at J&P. http://www.jpcycles.com/product/831-260 It is designed to be attached with 4 straps around the swingarm - two from slots in the top and two from slots in the bottom. That method puts the swingarm in the middle of the bag, which is too low on the Stryker and would drag the ground on turns. So I attached only the bottom of the bag with the straps which raises it up higher. The top is bolted to the passenger peg bar which I extended with a metal bar I got at Home Depot. It is rock solid this way.UrbanRage said:I really like that swingarm bag, where did you get it? Does it move around lot or does if fit tightly against the swingarm. I have been looking around at swingarm bags and it that the 312 style bag seen here.. http://www.sideroadcycles.com/ImportedMotorcycles/Leatherworks/312_Chopper_Bag.html
Any info you could provide would be greatly appricated.