I bought the Cee Baileys bags that cost more but are very well made. The downside to these saddlebag liners is they take up alot or room themselves and you can't put as much in the saddlebag as you could without the liner. The few small trips I have took this summer I have learned to just use one bag to put clothes and other things to take into the hotel and the other bag I put in my tools, tennis shoes, rain gear, etc and just pack a big ol' plastic bag to put some of that stuff in when I get to my destination.
2011 Cross Roads Sunset Red
OEM short windshield, passenger backrest, crash bars, saddle bag bars, heated grips, vinyl closeouts, tachometer, ambient temp. WD lay down licence plate.
My wife picked up a couple of self adhesive 1 foot square grey carpet from a dollarstore, cut and placed them in. I told her when I got the bike the ass half was hers, the front half is mine.. Just like the house.. she gets the closet space.
In with the new :2013 Suede Nuclear Sunset XC
Out with the old : 2011 Suzuki Boulevard M50
WARNING: I cannot be held responsible for the things I say or do until my blood alcohol level is 0.00% and caffeine has reached my blood stream.
2012 Cross Country Tour Pearl White, D&D slip ons, PC5+AT, Lloydz IAV, Lloydz High Flow Air Filter, Digital Guard Dog keyless ignition, Shorty antenna flipped and hidden, Witchdoctors Brake and Shifter bushings, New tank badges
Those look really nice. I'd like them just for sound deadening. I hate hearing things rattle, or bounce around in the bags
I have read here some people complaining about dust collecting in the bags (haven't had my bike long enough to tell). Is this a common problem? If so, that would make it hard to clean.
Be sure to update when you get them, djwasy
2013 Black XC.
RF PBR300x2, Hertz HCX 165s,
Atom Bomb pipes, PCV, Lloydz AF (95 HP 110 TQ)
23" Double Edge front wheel
+6 degree trees
Ridgeback front fender
Tarzanz +2" bars
License Plate Relo kit
Contrast cut speaker grills and exhaust tips
8" Dark shield w/Madstad