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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-11-2018, 01:18 PM Thread Starter
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enjoying a 2014 1832cc version and wanting to purchase some top-line hard bags. Any recommendations?
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Corbin makes perfectly fit hard bags. They're a bit pricey, but sometimes you might find someone parting out their bike. Ebay also has them once and a while. There are others here and on Valkyrie Riders Cruise Club. GL!
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I put on some hard bags from a 1999 Valkyrie Interstate. Lots of room and they look great. I made the mounting hardware myself.





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I put on some hard bags from a 1999 Valkyrie Interstate. Lots of room and they look great. I made the mounting hardware myself.





Those look good too, but I am not good at fabricating
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check on Reecoupons, I saw there many hand bag because I dont know what kind of stuff and style you want. so search there.
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Corbin looks the best by far in my opinion. But the opening and actual storage space is a little lacking. Just a weird shape inside. But to me, it was more about look over function and I don't even really use them much. Worth it for me, but the price is pretty high.

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Corbin saddlebags in Canada are way too expensive with the US dollar exchange. It will cost me 4000$ to get some installed. So there are ways to do much cheaper.
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