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  1. alanh
    06-29-2019 02:16 PM - permalink
    Thank You
  2. BAGGS
    08-18-2018 05:06 PM - permalink
    What kinda seat are u running? looks comfortable
  3. ernie_h
    07-24-2018 12:23 PM - permalink
    The bag is a T-Bag Saddle Roll. T-Bags are very well-made..unfortunately they don't make them anymore (they were bought by someone else..there's a thread on one of the HD forums), but you might be able to find one out there...

    Youtube video:

    It's a 'hard' bag in that it keeps its shape when empty...sort of like stiff cardboard covered with ballistic nylon. Some call it as a 'hard top' bag because the flap that opens up is 'hard' though covered in the same ballistic nylon as the rest of the bag. The ends of the bag are a zippered separate storage compartment (albeit small)..there are similar bags with the T-bag logo that do not have the zippered pouches at the ends of the bag. The dimensions of the bag are 16" (length) by 9 " (diameter). Since T-bags are no longer available for the most part (though there are still some still out there), I've started using Wolfman luggage.

    Hope that helps!
  4. BeauBo
    05-22-2018 10:12 AM - permalink
    Thanks! I had to put the bars on and I used some coaxial cable I had laying around to route it. I went 48-52" overall. I know my clutch line is +6 and that's just perfect. I used It's pretty slick the little worksheet they have. I also extended the electrical but that's not too bad. Just a lot of time sitting at the bench with a soldering iron! the bars are for a Harley but they are the same diameter as the stock Yami bars.

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