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Look at my avatar and let me know what you think of the swing arm bag?
You can still lock your helmet and use the foot peg.
Hell of alot more room then the tool bag, and yes, it is up higher then the front peg. They also make one 2in fatter.
Two minutes to put it on or take it off. three leather straps wrap around the swing arm. This bag is solid.\

Sorry, I changed my avatar since I started the post.
 

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Go here,
Flanders handlebars, Harley Motorcycle Seats, Leather Saddlebags, C&C Seats, Fairings, Sissy Bars, Hard Bags, motorcycle handlebars, Easy Brackets, MC Enterprises, Accessories, Grips, Freedom Performance Pipes
It will be on the page that pops up.
I think the cost was about $140. Yea, alot!
Quality is good. I pulled the straps as hard as I could and they held up just fine. It stays put. It doesn't tilt up or down (has upper and lower straps) because of how it straps to the bike. It is thick and holds it's shape. Has flaps under the top. Also has a sleeve inside the bag for paperwork.
I might recommend the wider bag that is 5in. Up to you.
 

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I will put more pictures up by tomorrow or thursday at the latest.
I will get front, back, top, and one from ground level so you can see that your front peg will hit the ground before the bag.
 

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Oh, sorry J.A.T.O, I was looking at your avatar. I will also get a picture of stuff in it.
I think the exact dimensions are on the website. This is the small bag.
I went to target and got a new camera, two belts, 2 Cd's, godsmack and deftones, a MM tape cleaner, cell phone, and glasses in it and it closed. The only difference with the big bag is that it is two inches wider. That is alot being that this bag is just over 3in wide. The only reason I got the small one is because they did not know if it would hit the ground cornering. I think the 5in wide would have worked. Wish I would have gotten it. 40% more room.
 

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Oh, sorry J.A.T.O, I was looking at your avatar. I will also get a picture of stuff in it.
I think the exact dimensions are on the website. This is the small bag.
I went to target and got a new camera, two belts, 2 Cd's, godsmack and deftones, a MM tape cleaner, cell phone, and glasses in it and it closed. The only difference with the big bag is that it is two inches wider. That is alot being that this bag is just over 3in wide. The only reason I got the small one is because they did not know if it would hit the ground cornering. I think the 5in wide would have worked. Wish I would have gotten it. 40% more room.
Dunno, the three inch might be the best combination of utility and aesthetics; the five inch comes out a lot further from the side of the bike. Would like to see some more pics of yours also when you can get to them.

Not sure why they're saying won't work with a left-side mounted license plate, unless they're assuming the plate would tend to come out more center-hub than behind. I'm thinking it would work on mine with the plate mounted to the dustring and coming out an inch or two back of the hub, not centered.

Great looking bag though; good find. Wonder if I can get it in brown/distressed color leather?
 

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Go here,
Flanders handlebars, Harley Motorcycle Seats, Leather Saddlebags, C&C Seats, Fairings, Sissy Bars, Hard Bags, motorcycle handlebars, Easy Brackets, MC Enterprises, Accessories, Grips, Freedom Performance Pipes
It will be on the page that pops up.
I think the cost was about $140. Yea, alot!
Quality is good. I pulled the straps as hard as I could and they held up just fine. It stays put. It doesn't tilt up or down (has upper and lower straps) because of how it straps to the bike. It is thick and holds it's shape. Has flaps under the top. Also has a sleeve inside the bag for paperwork.
I might recommend the wider bag that is 5in. Up to you.
Just pulled the trigger on the larger 5 inch bag.....guess I'll have to be conservative in my cornering when I have it on the bike. Thanks mrbyber...

I'll post my review of it after I get it and go for a ride.
 
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