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gary
Posted 2013-03-23 2:54 PM (#132519)
Subject: tour bags


Cruiser

Posts: 54
Is there a tour bag out there other than the Victory one. Don't want to pay $200+
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baadawg
Posted 2013-03-23 3:16 PM (#132520 - in reply to #132519)
Subject: Re: tour bags


Tourer

Posts: 499
Chattanooga, TN
I got a set off of eBay about a year ago, maybe a little more, for around $60. Not exactly the same quality or a perfect fit, but it worked really well considering the savings!
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varyder
Posted 2013-03-23 3:56 PM (#132523 - in reply to #132519)
Subject: Re: tour bags


Visionary

Posts: 8144
New Bohemia, VA
http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/saddlemen-br4100-dresser-back-se...
type=pla&kw={keyword}&gclid=CK-ytdDck7YCFQbonAodLQUA-A


you mean this, without the $100 victory logo....???
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XRsteve
Posted 2013-03-23 4:01 PM (#132525 - in reply to #132519)
Subject: Re: tour bags


Visionary

Posts: 2300
Georgia, west of Atlanta
varyder: didn't know you were back. How many miles now 140,000 ??
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cw1115
Posted 2013-03-23 4:07 PM (#132526 - in reply to #132519)
Subject: Re: tour bags


Visionary

Posts: 1290
Ruskin, Fl
I have that bag made by Saddleman. Guy I bought my last bike from included it. He swore by it. I tried using it once and hated it. Ended up leaving it home. The bolster on passenger seat made it tilt forward. Felt like somebody leaning against me. My next long trip in July I plan on putting my sleeping bag in the vacuum bag like last time and putting it under the tour bag so it sits straight.
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Street Eagle
Posted 2013-03-23 4:26 PM (#132527 - in reply to #132519)
Subject: RE: tour bags


Iron Butt

Posts: 691
Manchester, CT
Marc...great idea to use a vacuum bag ! Thanks for sharing.
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MaddMAx2u
Posted 2013-03-23 6:46 PM (#132532 - in reply to #132519)
Subject: Re: tour bags


Iron Butt

Posts: 880
Orlando, FL
Also check out ATV BAGS. I found a bag last year that was being dropped from production from T Bags. It was actually an ATV bag, but it fit the vision perfectly. It was incredibly well constructed, spacious, and was delivered to your door for 35 bucks! I posted it and several of us Bought the last remaining Stock. But don't limit yourself to just motorcycle bags. There are other options out there that work equally as well sometimes even better.
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AlexAlex
Posted 2022-06-01 2:26 AM (#193140 - in reply to #132519)
Subject: Re: tour bags


Puddle Jumper

Posts: 6
I personally use a bag Saddleman for many years, a great option for the bike, roomy, I usually always carry parts for my bike, best spark plugs for harley davidson, tools for the bike, fits everything I need.
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AlexAlex
Posted 2022-06-04 2:21 AM (#193145 - in reply to #193140)
Subject: Re: tour bags


Puddle Jumper

Posts: 6
AlexAlex - 2022-06-01 2:26 AM

I personally use a bag Saddleman for many years, a great option for the bike, roomy, I usually always carry parts for my bike, best spark plugs for harley davidson, tools for the bike, fits everything I need.
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