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post #21 of 44 (permalink) Old 11-15-2010, 04:21 PM
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Very pleased with these H-D bags and how they followed the lines of the bike... including the shocks. Good construction, good fit, and good leather. Had many ask about them. Unfortunately, the black bags kinda blend in with the black bike in these images!
Nice pics! Looks familiar. I used to live in Westminster, CO. Where were those pictures taken? Looks like around Leadville, or maybe Granby.

Also, so that I understand, you said those were HD saddlebags?

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RJ... Yes, they are bags found in the H-D P&A catalog. BTW, used to live in Cincinnati, and my sister resides in Mason! Anyway, pics are from the South Park area between Jefferson and Fairplay, but the last one is from the Squaw Pass road up near Echo Lake.
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RJ... Yes, they are bags found in the H-D P&A catalog. BTW, used to live in Cincinnati, and my sister resides in Mason! Anyway, pics are from the South Park area between Jefferson and Fairplay, but the last one is from the Squaw Pass road up near Echo Lake.
Small world!

I've actually pedaled through both of those places during bike tours (Ride the Rockies and Bicycle Tour of Colorado). Can't wait to get my Harley up there and ride those roads again without the pain.

Thanks for the saddlebag info.

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Check out the bags on my Dyna. They were on my bike when I bought her. You can see they are a little small and they do fit behind the shocks. Willie & Max makes a good product. Check em out.

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Pics of Saddlebags on Dyna

I am really pleased with the HD MoCo locking hard bags in the leather covered.
Good amount of cargo space and I think they look pretty good on my FXDC.

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I am really pleased with the HD MoCo locking hard bags in the leather covered.
Good amount of cargo space and I think they look pretty good on my FXDC.

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Look nice on your bike. What do they run?

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Pics of Saddlebags on Dyna

The MoCo Hard bags covered with leather and lockable are Part #96615-09A MSRP at $699.95 You can easily find them at 20 to 25% off.
Attached is a photo showing the Turn Signal relocation route I took on my FXDC and demo the Bright Ass Stop light too.

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I didn't read all the replies so not sure if this has been mentioned, but go to HD website and use the virtual builder. You can get a good idea of what many different accessories will look like on your bike.
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Not sure what I want to put on mine but I'd like to see what others have done.

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I have a 2009 FXD. So far I have not been able to convince myself to put saddlebags on it. Saddlebags really change the look of a Dyna. I just can't figure out if I like them or not. That might be a somewhat strange position to take because I did install an engine guard with fog lights and I always travel with a bag strapped to the luggage rack and sissy bar. In the winter I often have two bags.

Granted, saddlebags would be a great convenience. It's just that every time that I think that I will buy a set I talk myself out of them. Maybe some day.

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I have a 2009 FXD. So far I have not been able to convince myself to put saddlebags on it. Saddlebags really change the look of a Dyna. I just can't figure out if I like them or not. That might be a somewhat strange position to take because I did install an engine guard with fog lights and I always travel with a bag strapped to the luggage rack and sissy bar. In the winter I often have two bags.

Granted, saddlebags would be a great convenience. It's just that every time that I think that I will buy a set I talk myself out of them. Maybe some day.
Agreed, bags do change the look and lines of the Dyna, no matter how well designed or form fitting they are. An option is to use one of the many quick detachable bracket products out there. Put the bags on when you go on a trip and need the storage or take them off for your normal around town hops.
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