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post #14 of (permalink) Old 10-11-2006, 08:05 AM
klouseau
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I like Nasamans way of preventing saggy bags (LMAO).

As requested, my dear Klouseau, here are pics of my PVC pipes (sorry my stainless quad pipes don't do it for you!)

1st pic is my FZ6 w/ all 3 Cortech bags (note both saddlebags stay nearly vertical to the bike even with the bike on its kickstand). 2nd pic shows the 3/4" ID x 11" long PVC pipe shoved tightly down on the folded peg (same on both sides). 3rd pic shows the PVC pipe is fully concealed behind the bag. The PVC pipes stay firmly on the pegs at about 45 deg from vertical. It's a dirt-cheap, light-weight, no-hassle way to keep these big saddle bags almost vertical.



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