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Old 08-11-2010, 11:02 PM
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Ok, has anyone ordered the new trike saddlebags #84031-11 (will fit '09-'11)?

Mine are on order (forgot to ask price though).
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Old 08-11-2010, 11:48 PM
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Mine are on order (forgot to ask price though).
$329.95 is the cost!

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Am I reading something wrong here??? $ 80.00 on ebay
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Am I reading something wrong here??? $ 80.00 on ebay
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That is the luggage for use in the trunk, not the saddle bags.
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Old 08-12-2010, 06:09 AM
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$329.95 is the cost!

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Or $258 from Zanotti HD and $263.96 from Chicago HD. Trick is to see which place is the best bang for the buck, Zanotti is pretty stiff on shipping so at times Chicago is cheaper in the long run.
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Old 08-12-2010, 10:38 AM
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Am I reading something wrong here??? $ 80.00 on ebay
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The new saddle bags are bolted(?) on each body panel right below passenger grab handles


Nice easy reach for a cold beer!
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That is the luggage for use in the trunk, not the saddle bags.
Doh!

I forgot about those....side saddlebags....
OK, I'll look from now on, sorry about that.
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Must be a pain to get to the fuse block on the left side. And the reset for reverse on the 2010 models. And the shock valve to increase or decrease air pressure for the rear shocks on the right side. Bags are not for me. Takes away from the looks and lines of the Trike. Plus I don't like putting extra holes in the body work.
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Must be a pain to get to the fuse block on the left side. And the reset for reverse on the 2010 models. And the shock valve to increase or decrease air pressure for the rear shocks on the right side. Bags are not for me. Takes away from the looks and lines of the Trike. Plus I don't like putting extra holes in the body work.
Those are some good points, sure looks like it would be a PIA to pull the side covers. I'm with you, no extra holes in the body work.
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Everyone has opinion or preference and for me I do not like the look of the saddle bags on TriGlide. Matter of fact, I pull a trailer so I seldom even open the trunk. But like I said, everyone has an opinion or preference.
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