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I talked with the parts people yesterday where I bought my bike from. They said the saddle bags had to be drilled on.

Is there any bags that can easily be put on and taken off as needed?

I been looking at front ones, sides ones, and etc. I am trying to find a way to get some storage on my bike without killing the design of it...
 

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Haven’t ever seen any off the rack, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. Turning a Fury into a good looking bagger is expensive, so mine has stayed a bar-bike.
 

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There are some ways to get a little storage.
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I talked with the parts people yesterday where I bought my bike from. They said the saddle bags had to be drilled on.

Is there any bags that can easily be put on and taken off as needed?

I been looking at front ones, sides ones, and etc. I am trying to find a way to get some storage on my bike without killing the design of it...
Tsukayu makes a great hard bag and fairing that come with quick release. Tsukayu Fairing, Hard Saddlebags and Touring Trunk for Harley Davidson, HONDA, YAMAHA, SUZUKI, KAWASAKI, VICTORY
 

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I talked with the parts people yesterday where I bought my bike from. They said the saddle bags had to be drilled on.

Is there any bags that can easily be put on and taken off as needed?

I been looking at front ones, sides ones, and etc. I am trying to find a way to get some storage on my bike without killing the design of it...
Hi guys, just installed Saddlemen brand trunk bag that attached to rear fender. I made use of the damn nut drilled into rear fender for a passenger seat. Also used tie straps I mounted under the seat so no visible straps showing. I think it came out nice installed and as a bonus it works great as a back rest! Gonna try to add pics..
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I talked with the parts people yesterday where I bought my bike from. They said the saddle bags had to be drilled on.

Is there any bags that can easily be put on and taken off as needed?

I been looking at front ones, sides ones, and etc. I am trying to find a way to get some storage on my bike without killing the design of it...
The sissy bar pared with a Toumaster bag works for me... been all across the US and Canada.. The bar bag is Kuryakn.
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Don't know if you've found what you're looking for yet, but I use a swingarm bag from Side Road Saddles...and love it. Not exactly trunk sized space, but just perfect for this bike while retaining the original look. As for the install/removal, this one came with a bunch of leather buckle straps. I wasn't exactly riding in the 40's-60's, but I'd say it's probably a pretty traditional mount strategy. But for modern times, I also added "Commercial Velcro" (the super tight and flat loop/hook type), to the swingarm. Taking it on and off is not my favorite thing to do, but can be done relatively quick. Maybe under 5 min for off, and 10 plus for on. I only take it off if dropping the bike off for a repair or tire change.








Also have the little Honda Fork Bag. Small and inconspicuous....and has been crazy useful over the years.




And......one more pic.....the profile. Just because I love the look of this bike. And after 11 years, this thing still puts a smile on my face (sometimes with a little drool). Crazy.

 
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