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Soft Bags

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by BikerRN, Jan 13, 2006.

  1. The shop called, my Ducati Soft Panniers are in! :)

    Only took 2 weeks, how's that for Italian efficiency? I haven't seen them yet, on my way out the door to go get them now.

    ;c :cool:
     
  2. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    Two weeks ain't bad. I'm still waiting for my front left turn signal for the Aprilia. I think that it's going on four months now.;f
     


  3. :)Twenty years now waiting on replacement mufflers for my Guzzi V65TT.

    Enjoy them there softbags!
     
  4. :)

    OK, bags are on, tight and ready to roll. I can take a PIC but I have no way of posting it here. If I could Email the PIC to someone could they post it for me? I am still a 'puter dummy, but learning more everyday.

    The bags look good for softsided luggage. They of course came with no instructions. :( I was trying to figure out how they went and after having been awake for 27 Hours, was too fried to figure it out in 5 minutes. So I went back to the shop with them and they showed me how they go on a demo model.

    Who would've thought that Ducati put a threaded bolt hole on the rear passednger footpeg set? It never would've occurred to me to look there if I hadn't have gone back to the shop. If someone is to do this at home the following tools will be needed:

    13mm Box End Wrench
    13mm Deep Well Wocket
    Allen Wrench, don't ask what size, cause I don't know
    10mm Box End Wrench

    The bags stay out of the passengers way and don't seem to hinder anything. In fact, I think it fills in the back of the bike quite nicely myself. Take care and ride safe ya'all. Evangelina and I are off to bed. ;c :)
     
  5. Texas T

    Texas T TX expatriate CLM

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