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    Saddle Bags worthy of a TW

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    In the true spirit of the TW, I found saddle bags under $50.00. I just wanted to pass it onto yous guys. This is worth fabbing up brackets for.
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    Those look like nice bags ! I see Amazon has them also Amazon.com: Coleman Motorcycle Saddle Bag: Sports & Outdoors
    Go like hell, You'll get there quicker!

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    Jet.com carries them for $42.00 also.
    https://jet.com/product/Classic-Acce...bce064c7a8204d
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    Really? They really say this? "Motorcycle Saddle Bag designed by Paul Jr. himself"

    But they don't explain which Paul Jr. they are referring to. Leaving it up to us to assume the famous one and a motorcyclist.

    My first thought was, could anything good come out of Sears regarding motorcycles?

    My next thought was and still is, are these at all water proof or resistant?

    My final thought is, can't hurt trying them out.

    I can't stand saddle bags on a bike that are throw overs but with the proper brackets mounted to the bike so as not to damage your plastics
    perhaps you can make these work and be very happy with them.

    Let us know how they work out.

    Good find!
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    Or if you wanted to go really cheap like I did you could get the versa horse saddle bags which went for about $25. I didn't care for the floppy look so lined them with dry laundry detergent rectangular buckets which fit inside perfectly. I like how they sit low and if I happen to wipe out and crush a bucket. Down to walmart for a new laundry or kitty litter bucket to line it again..
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    Quote Originally Posted by evan View Post
    Or if you wanted to go really cheap like I did you could get the versa horse saddle bags which went for about $25. I didn't care for the floppy look so lined them with dry laundry detergent rectangular buckets which fit inside perfectly. I like how they sit low and if I happen to wipe out and crush a bucket. Down to walmart for a new laundry or kitty litter bucket to line it again..
    I bought a pair of those and haven't used them yet but I threw them over the bike last nite after seeing this thread. Can't used my top box with a passenger and it looks like I'll have one a lot this year. Great idea about the buckets for a hard liners. I'll watch my neighbors garbage for some empty ones. Thanks for the pics too
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    I do not know who Paul Jr. is, but I hope he gave me his A game when he was designing the bags;
    I do not snub Sears as my Craftsman tools put my bike together and take it apart;
    Sears is a store and not a brand. The brand is Mad Dog. Chances are the same factory in China also makes them for Coleman. (What does Coleman know about motorcycles?).
    A TW warrants a querky-non traditional approach, so Willie and Max are not getting this job;
    When I fab these on, I will post.

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    I like the throw-over bags. I've used them on my Guzzi with good results. Nice find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Bryce Winnick View Post
    I do not know who Paul Jr. is, but I hope he gave me his A game when he was designing the bags;
    I do not snub Sears as my Craftsman tools put my bike together and take it apart;
    Sears is a store and not a brand. The brand is Mad Dog. Chances are the same factory in China also makes them for Coleman. (What does Coleman know about motorcycles?).
    A TW warrants a querky-non traditional approach, so Willie and Max are not getting this job;
    When I fab these on, I will post.

    I agree with you. A TW is certainly not a Willie and Max bag machine.

    I think SEARS fits well.

    Paul Jr. ironically is the Orange County Chopper builder and son of Paul Senior who was "The Man" of OCC all those years.

    For these bags to be Paul Jr. blessed they are in fact Willie and Max styled. LOL This is too funny.

    Go for it brother and ride they heck out of it.
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