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    Aluminum saddlebags. Specifications; 8x18x14tall, .080 thickness, stainless latches w/safety catch, gasketed lids keep the dust and rain out.

    Framework. Specifications; designed to go on Cyclerack with no tools. No modifications to bike necessary. Painted to match stock Cyclerack.



    total weight 25lbs.

    kit comes with 2 boxes, 2 hoops, and a crossbar. Hoops are pre-drilled, boxes are NOT DRILLED. This allows you to mount them where you want them.

    PRICE: $550 plus shipping. (packaged 24x24x18t, 27lbs)

    For those of you that wish to order just the framework, and mount your own bags, this is available. Custom sizes too! $110 for stock size, plus shipping. Feel free to PM any questions. Thanks for your time, TIM

    (Better photos to come)


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    Tinman, you do quality work, those look very nice!



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    Looks like a great expedition set up, nice work.
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    Those do look nice and like how light they are but I ride in some pretty gnarly places with my Tdub and they wouldn't last long. If I had a street only rig then I would go for them.
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    I am working with Tim to see if I can get a set for my TW here in the eastern arctic!

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    I have the mid winter itch - I am planning to install a set of these great bags even though I will not be riding much before the beginning of June - and all I wanted to do today was go for a ride - just because of planning riding stuff again

    Temperature is headed to -28 C tonight

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    Nice product. Anyone else vote for pinning it?



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    Pin it.
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    Nice. Can you lock the lids?

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    As of now, I'm going to give an option for latches w/safety tang or a latch that can be padlocked. For me, it didn't make sense as it would require 2 per side. And with the ease of removal, if someone wants in them, they'll just remove the entire box.
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