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    What are some good companies to look at for crash bars and hard bags? Im not looking for universal fit. I want something thats specific to the bike when it comes to crash bars. Bags im ok with universal fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrypticApathy View Post
    What are some good companies to look at for crash bars and hard bags? Im not looking for universal fit. I want something thats specific to the bike when it comes to crash bars. Bags im ok with universal fit.
    OEM Crash bar and tsukayu hard bags is the way to go. Corbins hard bags might be better but for a lot more money

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR.X View Post
    OEM Crash bar and tsukayu hard bags is the way to go. Corbins hard bags might be better but for a lot more money


    Tsukayus are larger (40Lt. each), quick release, and

    come now with/without turn signal or pipe cut out.

    I am not sure if Corbins offer any of that.

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    Check Viking bags too ordered on its way .. https://www.vikingbags.com/suzuki-m1...saddlebags.htm


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    Quote Originally Posted by johasa View Post
    Check Viking bags too ordered on its way .. https://www.vikingbags.com/suzuki-m1...saddlebags.htm


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    My wife and I bought a set of Viking hard bags for the bike at Christmas as a gift for each other. I've got to get my azz in gear and get them mounted still! The season is almost over...

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    My 2007 came equipped with OEM saddlebags. I have seen new ones for sale some time ago and they were $1,400. I looked at a set of used OEM (2006) bags for my 2013 and they were beaters for $350.

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