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post #251 of 333 (permalink) Old 04-24-2014, 07:43 PM
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Ogio saddlebags

I like the shape of these and they expand. Waterproof covers included.
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Re-post with better photos

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Re-post with better photos.

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Farmersracer bag made by wax cotton. Nice that someone still offer a handmade product.




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Can't say I expected anything less for the price. That deal would be phenomenal. I assume any universal set will work? Any chance of getting a shot of the back side of the bag? Maybe even the attachment points? After looking at a few saddle bags, I really don't think I'll need anything more then one side for my day to day, it just depends on how easy it comes off.


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post #256 of 333 (permalink) Old 05-28-2014, 07:38 PM
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Tourmaster Elite Saddlebags

These Tourmaster Elite Saddlebags on my '12 T100.
Just got them and am experimenting strapping over or under seat.

The clips do work with my very old Cortech Tail bag.

Rain covers included.
16.5"L x 9.7"W x 10.9"D (each).
20 liters per side.
Appear heavy duty.

Strapped on top of the seat I don't think I need Saddlebag brackets but I have some arriving soon so will probably use em.

Not leather but the look is ok.

Really like the side opening of the bags so a wider tail bag can sit on em with no access problem.
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Finally picked up my bag that I had to modify to work. But some holes in it and a plate, called it good. Inspiration came from Henry. MC Resources Saddle Bag Rack and Quick Release Mount, and an ebay Delta Force lap top bag.


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I though about this for a long time before I jumped into the project . I must say that the 40mm ammo can is mounted better than the givi e360 on my 750 katana or the givi v35 set up on my dl1000.i saved money by using the universal bracket for soft luggage from new Bonneville if I ever switch over to low pipes i'll install another ammo can

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My Bonnie with the Tourmaster Select Saddlebags. I just keep them on as they are not too large. I also have the tail bag that clips into them and the tank bag. All fit the bonnie nicely. Cheers.


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