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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-19-2012, 08:24 AM Thread Starter
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Looks good, but I removed my factory seat and installed a sundowner solo seat, hence no sissy bar to install a T bag. I have a solo rack and can put a small bag on the rack, but my opinion it detracts from the solo look. I will check out the viking bags another member who posted a link, thanks.
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post #12 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-28-2012, 12:38 PM
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Saddleman's has a set of saddlebags that are for dyna's that accommodate the outside shocks. They also claim no relocation either. I saw them in J&P cycles ....


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I wanted saddle bags on the Super Glide I just bought. After I picked out a backrest, they said saddlebags wouldn't work (maybe bolt-ons would). So I settled for a t-bag which slides and clips over the backrest. Whole bunch of different sizes available. And they hold a hell of a lot more than thow-overs. I bought what I think is the smallest; lots of room, including a laptop compartment. Not a bad price either.
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I wanted saddle bags on the Super Glide I just bought. After I picked out a backrest, they said saddlebags wouldn't work (maybe bolt-ons would). So I settled for a t-bag which slides and clips over the backrest. Whole bunch of different sizes available. And they hold a hell of a lot more than thow-overs. I bought what I think is the smallest; lots of room, including a laptop compartment. Not a bad price either.
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All you Dyna owners who are looking for some nice bags that have a slant to them & will fit without blinker re-location check out Leather Works Bags . Not that expensive either .
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Do you have a link to the product you bought? Thanks. tomp
I couldn't find a link right off; but I believe it's a standard HD item. At least the few dealers I've visited had them. As I said, mine is the smallest I believe... backpack size, with straps that just tuck in when it's on the bike. Nice setup I think. They also have some pretty damn big units. Plenty of room for a long trip.
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I have a couple of their luggage pieces that attach over the sissy bar (no longer in their big book). They will also attach to themselves for more packing space. Now if I just had a sissy bar on my Dyna. Guess I can just bungee them to the pillion area.

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When I was working in Reno and pricing bikes, I had planned to get a set of locking bags (leather-like), because I always carried and needed someplace to lock it up when I got to work. Now that I work on a Naval Base, I doubt I could get away with it, if they by chance found out. But right now, I really like the bags that go over the backrest.
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