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Paul Yaffe Luxery Saddlebag Liners ?

 
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DIY thread? Would love to do this without spending 350+ @ Yaffe or Sinister.
 
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DIY thread? Would love to do this without spending 350+ @ Yaffe or Sinister.
Its simple:
3 yards of fabric
1/2 foam for backing from local fabric store, used a yard stick to draw my diamonds.
Tracing paper to trace the inside of your bag, add 2" all around pattern for shrink when stitching pattern.

Tuck your corners together with your yard when glueing to the inside of your bags, this will make it look like the corners are stitched together.

77 weight 3m spray glue and frog tap. The frog tape will help with over spray. Make sure to tape your paint off really good. The glue spray wide and fast. Also tape the edges of your fabric. If you get glue on your fabric, mineral spirits will clean it off. This was my first set and they turned out awesome.
 
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They are nice, but yes overpriced. I have found cheaper ones before. Im sure anyone with some cutting, measuring, etc skill can go to any fabric shop and make there own for 10x cheaper. I have thought about this myself.
 
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Very nice. That looks amazing.
 
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Very nice. That looks amazing.
Thanks
 
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Mean City Cycles makes them. I saw an ad for them in the months American Bagger Mag. I have a set, they look great. I can still use my removable HD saddle bag liners as well. Just can't over stuff them like I used to. I always carried too much crap anyway.

Zach
 
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Those one on the Chupa Bike were done here at my Shop for Paul Yaffe, its the Bike that started all the Diamond Plush Liners, I still make them and sell them without the Huge Mark up, my Cost out the door is 150.00 for just the bags and additional 50.00 if you want the Matching lids as well. that includes the shipping and handling!! if you Haev any questions contact
Todd @ The Interior Shop
602-743-6058
 
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Still, no one has any pic's?
 
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These look decent for $200 from advan black. Different color stitching options.
https://www.advanblack.com/harley-pa...r-bottoms.html

I'd like liners in my bags, but I do long camping road trips, need every square inch of space I can get. And I'd likely ruin them constantly taking crap in/out every day.
 

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