http://www.shopbluespringsharley-davidson.com/pm-637-24-vrsc-vinyl-covered-rigid-saddlebags.aspxyeah I just realized, I did find a corbin dealer in my state not to far plus they sell other hard bags. In the next day or so I will go and compare space ect. I am thinking no matter how I look at it unless I find a pre-owned set I am going to be spending around 1500.00 for the bags unless I can find a dealer who will give me a discount of some type. Now I see why my friends say HD = Hundereds of Dollars LOL.
Well there you go! Latus has them for $807...and you can probably get them cheaper from Hales or Chicago HD. I prefer Hales...but then again, they ship to me in one day. Anyway, you can probably get them for about $700 new.
I WILL say this...my HD hard bags have gone through 2 sets of locks and every once in a while, one of my lids doesn't like to lock into place when I close it.....it always DOES..but sometimes it takes 3-4 times to get it to "click" shut.Both sets of Harley bags fell apart, so if you're going for long term use, especially in the winter, stay clear of the HD bags.
As I've posted elsewhere, I really like my "F" bags. I even posted pics of how to mount them to a set of standard pre '05 (or something) bag brackets, if you don't mind them being out and back. I need them out to clear the tourpak.Look at F bags.700, hold a lot, available. Joe
As I've posted elsewhere, I really like my "F" bags. I even posted pics of how to mount them to a set of standard pre '05 (or something) bag brackets, if you don't mind them being out and back. I need them out to clear the tourpak.
If I had the energy, I'd modify the backs to remove the shock notch and gain some more storage capacity, but I really don't have the time or need.
They seem pretty watertight, and are replaceable, at least for a while.
http://www.latus-harley-davidson.com/Rigid-Saddlebags.htmhave a part number? tried looking for them.
Do you know if anyone has moded bags from a dyna to fit?