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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 12:12 AM Thread Starter
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Saddlebags?

I have a 2002 Shadow VLX, and have had trouble finding saddlebags to fit. Any Suggestions?
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When my wife and I had our VLXs these were the bags we had on both bikes. Hers was a '94 and mine an '05. They are not big but they were better than nothing. Plus I didn't have to relocate the turn signals.

Tourmaster Nylon Cruiser III Slant Saddlebag - Large

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I have a set similar to these on my Virago, Leather Saddlebags - Motorcycle Leather Saddlebags SD2960

They aren't the largest available, but have suited me well.


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I have a set I got from Jafrum.com that have been nice. I did wind up relocating my signal lights, but it was worth it for the space.
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My bags are medium sized (Saddlemen Highwayman) and they fit perfect on my bike . . . not too small but not so large that they overwhelm the look of the bike. I don't use them often so all I wanted was saddlebags to occasionally carry stuff in.



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I have a 07 VLX and I have medium sized viking bags. I love them! Had to relocate turn signals.

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When my wife and I had our VLXs these were the bags we had on both bikes. Hers was a '94 and mine an '05. They are not big but they were better than nothing. Plus I didn't have to relocate the turn signals.

Tourmaster Nylon Cruiser III Slant Saddlebag - Large
Thanks for this. I was looking for something that fit my VLX without moving the lights as well.


05 VLX 600 - first bike.
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