Bike: 2006 VTX 1800N (Neo)
Bags: Corbin Beetle bags
Problem: My lady can only fit her heel on the passenger foot peg with the hard bags installed. After 30-45 minutes her feet cramp.
Solution: Kuryakyn ISO boards with offset adapter
Kuryakyn ISO Passenger Boards #4455
I've been riding all my life. I don't think a year has gone by where I didn't own some sort of motorcycle. Started with a Cushman Eagle when I was 14 years old.
I've been building fiberglass products most of my life. Have been building saddlebags for 10 years. Before that it was boats...
In my never ending search for cheaply priced quality hardbags I have run across these: http://www.a1hardbags.com/motorcycle-hard-bags/st-motorcycle-saddlebags/st-motorcycle-saddlebags-hard-bags-harley-honda-yamaha-kawasaki-suzuki/prod_289.html
Anyone seen or heard of these? They look pretty...
So I have been looking for a month or so at hard bags for my 2003 VTX S. Am down to two choices after asking around, figuring out what I can afford, etc. Just not sure which will look better and last. So can anyone who has these bags tell me what you think? I am looking at either Tsukayu Strong...
I have been getting a lot of Questions about my bags on my bike so I will try to explain a little about them and how I modified them to fit the VTX.
The Bags themselves were purchased off E-Bay for around $300.
They are off from an old Harley Shovel or Pan Head.
The bags are roughly, 21" long...
Over the last few months, I've added some 32L hard bags from Champion and a Memphis Batwing Fairing. Had them both painted to match my stock blue paing, and I'm real pleased with how everything turned out!