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I have been collecting parts and trying to transform my 2002 Fatboy FLSTFI into a Fatbagger. I picked up a set of Roadglide bags off ebay, Cycle Vision bag mounts, Turn signal inclusive LED tail light, and a Heritage front fender. Finally got them painted and installed. Here are some pictures

Here are a few pictures of it before


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Old 07-10-2009, 12:57 AM
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looks killer mang .....my father would love that mmod to his fatty ,he would have to change his pipes first thou................looks mean mang
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looks great!
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Nice job! I went the same direction with the front fender and taillight/turn signal combo. Love that your bag latches are black too - am going to be powdercoating mine in the near future.
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Very nice transformation
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I hate to admit it...but it looks great
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Man, that looks great! Ain't it nice having bags? LOL. Soon you won't know what you did without em. Been thinking about getting a Softail, but bags will probably go on it if I do. Nice job!
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I had the same idea with my Fatty. I recently put on RK Custom hard leather bags but I think I'm going to switch them out to stretched FL hard bags. Nice job.
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Thanks for the kind words, it has been a long waiting period with some sh!tty experiences along the way but I could not be happier with how it is coming along. I still need to do some wet sanding and buffing this weekend and then I will really be happy with it. I also have a Badlander two up seat that should be here on Monday. That should really look nice....then, the 21" front rim when I get shot in the a$$ with gold rocks!!

I know both of your bikes, they have been inspiration to get my bags on!

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Thanks, but why do you hate to admit it? lol

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