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Anyone used cycle visions hard bag brackets?
They say they only fit there bags. Is this true?

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If you are good with fiberglass repairs, I believe that the shock indentation on the regular Harley Davidson bags can be moved forward to accommodate the V Rod shock position. It needs to be moved forward.
 

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If you are good with fiberglass repairs, I believe that the shock indentation on the regular Harley Davidson bags can be moved forward to accommodate the V Rod shock position. It needs to be moved forward.
Just trying to figure out if they say that just to male you buy there's

I want to buy there back fender but ive sent couole emails asking if it mounts using exsisting vrod holes. Never have heard anything back yet been about a week an two emails

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I have a new Cycle Visions fender extension, and the saddlebag brackets, new as well, in black. Also have the fairing mount and floor board kit, also all in black. I am willing to sell all, or part of what I have, very reasonably.
 

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I have a new Cycle Visions fender extension, and the saddlebag brackets, new as well, in black. Also have the fairing mount and floor board kit, also all in black. I am willing to sell all, or part of what I have, very reasonably.
Pm me let me an pics

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Rear Fender Extension

Hi Gang! I'm new to the forum and I'm doing a Cyclevision conversion on my 2005 Vrod. If nobody has purchased the rear fender extension, I would be interested in it. I can't PM Winter yet as I don't have 5 posts. (I'll work on that!) Thanks and Ride Safe
 

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Hi Gang! I'm new to the forum and I'm doing a Cyclevision conversion on my 2005 Vrod. If nobody has purchased the rear fender extension, I would be interested in it. I can't PM Winter yet as I don't have 5 posts. (I'll work on that!) Thanks and Ride Safe
Id like to know info as well. Ive had not much luck from cycle visions on if it mounts to stock mounting holes or not.

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I used Cycelvision bags and brackets on my conversion. Everything fit really good.
Have pic from back?
Nice
Im trying to figure if this is special made fender or an could i use a harley saddle bag bracket to mount hard bags?
Did it bolt on using stock bolt holes?
As far as rear brake light a standard harley one should work right?
Any tips?

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I have a new Cycle Visions fender extension, and the saddlebag brackets, new as well, in black. Also have the fairing mount and floor board kit, also all in black. I am willing to sell all, or part of what I have, very reasonably.
Whats left?

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My problem is I try to do things on the cheap. I decided with this conversion I would use all new parts and pieces even a new Harley fairing. I don't particularly like the way the rear fender extension looked but didn't want to run into PROBLEMS retro-fitting something else on the bike, so I spent a little extra. If I remember, everything with the Cycle Visions kit bolted to the existing bolt holes and shock mounts. My advice is to do what you feel comfortable doing to the bike. Some guys know how to weld, I don't own a welder and don't know how to weld etc. Hope I've answered your questions, if not keep on asking. There is no dumb question. Once you get your conversion finished and are riding it on a regular basis, you will love the way it handles and looks. I love mine.
 

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If you are good with fiberglass repairs, I believe that the shock indentation on the regular Harley Davidson bags can be moved forward to accommodate the V Rod shock position. It needs to be moved forward.
ooh lord its been years lol an it was on a car not fiberglass
did you still have anything left to sell? if i have the right person?
 

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My problem is I try to do things on the cheap. I decided with this conversion I would use all new parts and pieces even a new Harley fairing. I don't particularly like the way the rear fender extension looked but didn't want to run into PROBLEMS retro-fitting something else on the bike, so I spent a little extra. If I remember, everything with the Cycle Visions kit bolted to the existing bolt holes and shock mounts. My advice is to do what you feel comfortable doing to the bike. Some guys know how to weld, I don't own a welder and don't know how to weld etc. Hope I've answered your questions, if not keep on asking. There is no dumb question. Once you get your conversion
finished and are riding it on a regular basis, you will love the way it handles and looks. I love mine.

do you have any pics from between the bags an frame? wondering how much space there is or if it can be filled in. nice bike!
 
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