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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-28-2016, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone been able to use the Harley three pocket fairing pouch (part #933000548) on their CC? I really like that one because it's more streamline that others I've seen, it has magnet closures instead of velcro and it doesn't have the clear pouch for a cell phone. I bought the Hopnel brand one for a Victory a couple weeks ago and I just don't like it because of the clear pouch reflects things too much and is distracting and I don't like the velcro.

So I'm just wondering if anyone has put on the Harley brand one above and how it looks? I know some slight modifications would need to be made such as drilling new holes in the plastic flange, but other than that, I would think it would work. But wanted to know for sure before paying the bigger bucks for that one.

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How does it attach ? I have the madstad brackets. Will this work with em ?
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Thanks VisionJohnny. I've seen that design don't like the single larger bad design. I really would like the Harley 3-bag design. It's more streamlined than other 3-bag designs I've seen, including any ones made specifically for a Vic. So looking for that specific Harley application on a Vic if anyone out there has done this. Thanks.

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Has anyone been able to use the Harley three pocket fairing pouch (part #933000548) on their CC? I really like that one because it's more streamline that others I've seen, it has magnet closures instead of velcro and it doesn't have the clear pouch for a cell phone. I bought the Hopnel brand one for a Victory a couple weeks ago and I just don't like it because of the clear pouch reflects things too much and is distracting and I don't like the velcro.

So I'm just wondering if anyone has put on the Harley brand one above and how it looks? I know some slight modifications would need to be made such as drilling new holes in the plastic flange, but other than that, I would think it would work. But wanted to know for sure before paying the bigger bucks for that one.

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It may be me but I've searched for that part number and have not found it, do you have a link? I'm curious about adding a low profile bag myself and as you I do not like one large pocket.

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before you buy. Go to a HD store and measure the distance of the bolts on the windshield. The dealer might have one in stock you can check out.

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It may be me but I've searched for that part number and have not found it, do you have a link? I'm curious about adding a low profile bag myself and as you I do not like one large pocket.
Here's the Harley part I'm interested in: Three-Pocket Batwing Fairing Pouch | Accessory Bags | Official Harley-Davidson Online Store

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I would want to hold it in my hands , and put it up to my dash for a good look , to make certain a fit is possible ...

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How does it attach ? I have the madstad brackets. Will this work with em ?
You will ruin the effectiveness of the Madstad setup by obstructing the high flow of air behind the windshield.

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You will ruin the effectiveness of the Madstad setup by obstructing the high flow of air behind the windshield.

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Thanks for the info. That's what I was thinking.
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