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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-19-2016, 12:52 PM Thread Starter
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Default Victory & Indian Saddle Bag Size?

Are the Indian Roadmaster/Chieftan saddlebags the same size and shape as the Victory CC? I planning on renting a Roadmaster next spring and was thinking of using my XCT saddlebag liners.


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From all appearances (to me) the Indian bags are smaller (narrower) so don't overstuff your Vic bags.

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The Vic bags are the largest. The Indian and the Harley are about the same size.
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Well Vic web site says "Largest total cargo capacity" @ 41 gal for XCT. Stats for the XC say 215 gal. Indian site shows for Roadmaster 37.6 gal and the Chief I could find someone said 17 gal on hard bags, but I guess they have a soft bag version also? I know for fact soft bags you can overstuff without even trying. LOL

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The bags on the XC are considerably larger AND more usable than the ones on the Indians. I have a Crossroads and my wife has a Springfield. I can fit way more in to my bags than she can...I'd guess at least 50% more.

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