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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-10-2017, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
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Fxdwg Removable saddle bags without having to move signals.

Hey all, looking for a little help with locating a set of removable saddle bags that will work work with my 2012 wide glide without having to move the turn signals. I have already installed the removable docking hardware for the sissy bar. Any suggestions and/or pictures showing what has worked for you are greatly appreciated.
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The only work around I am aware of is having the bags altered.

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I have a 2012 WG also. Same situation. Thinking about getting this:
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But....but. That`s moving them.

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But....but. That`s moving them.
Yes, there are bags out there for the bike but they are way small and awkwardly shaped to get around the shocks. Plus I hate the license plate swing out thingy. This solves two problems.
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Throw over bags work, well. Place the yoke under the seat. I have them on my 2014 Dyna Low and 2012 Sportster. Did not have to move the turns.

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I had to make my own. They are attached with heavy duty zip ties so I can remove or reattach relatively quickly and easily.
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I have a '94 FXDWG that came with the "convertible" kit, which included removable leather bags and windshield. A bag kit like that may work for you. Will add pics soon.

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