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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 06:25 PM
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I like the quick detach S4s.
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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 09:18 PM
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That's exactly what I wanted to see. That's a nice fit and size for the 9er. Is that a Wompus Rack?
Yes, that's a wompus rack. Fits great, and easy install.

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That's what I had, in Jumbo. I just wish mine had been bigger.
Mine are Jumbo's as well. I just set them back a bit further. The extra jumbo seemed so large.

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I bought mine from jafrum and I don't think I saw anything else besides the cut out. I didn't look anywhere else as at the time they were on sale and I had a limited budget. I think I got them for just a hair over 200. I only use mine for holding lunch box and stuffing jacket and gloves in or overnight clothes for short trips. But I am very happy with them and the look. I haven't really noticed the loss of space with the cut out but then haven't loaded them up and needed the room.
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I have a set of Viking saddlebags on my 900 custom. They fit the bike great and follow the lines of the bike very well.
You have your bags permanently mounted on the bike, whta do you do when you wash it?
What do you think of throw over?
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I haveno problems with cleaning the bike . you canget around them easily. They are held on with two bolts each that replace the strut bolts. I can have thm on and off within 10 minutes. They hold their nshape way better than throwovers, which i have for my 800 intruder.

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Any body have pics of saddle man desperado tear drop bags part # tc3501-0486 Thinking of getting some but would like to see them on a 900 and what you think of them.
I have the ones with studs and quick detach . Yes they come without the cut outs .
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I haveno problems with cleaning the bike . you canget around them easily. They are held on with two bolts each that replace the strut bolts. I can have thm on and off within 10 minutes. They hold their nshape way better than throwovers, which i have for my 800 intruder.
Installed my Vikings this afternoon, it took me a while, I started wo helper. When help arrived it was 45 mins. Sorry no pics for now, I'll post them tomorrow?
At first I tried throw over but fenderis too wide for the velcro on the bags, so I had to do the hard mount, and to tell youthe truth, I like it better.
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