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Just bought these today at my local dealership.
I don't need full luggage all the time, these will
work for my local needs



they have double zippers and are suppose to be water resistant.



I mounted them back wards from what the manufacture suggests



I think I'll spray them with some water resistant stuff like Scotch guard



the seat goes on okay I just need to un hook the back tie down to access
the key



I like the way they fit the bike.

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Those fit great. But i would suggest putting a material that doesn't scratch under the straps that touch the paint.

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Those fit great. But i would suggest putting a material that doesn't scratch under the straps that touch the paint.
The saddle bags come with clear plastic tape to address this issue. I'll be making further improvements to the cross straps. I can get some more buckles and mount them under the seat so the straps don't go clear across. Pictures coming when I get that done.

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I'm happy with the way they work after a test ride.



I've added separate buckles under the seat so the straps don't
go all the way across making it easy to get the seat on and
also locking them in place.

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They look good and match the lines of the bike pretty well too.

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