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When I bought my bike I picked up the Victory solo luggage rack to go with it. Now I'm looking for a good bag that will mount securely to it without a sissy bar.

Does anyone have recommendations for this? I've got the leather saddlebags on the way so if it could look similar to that it would be cool. If not it won't break my heart.
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I have a Saddleman BR1800 I used for 1 four day trip. I am trying to sell it I have it listed on another board for $80 plus shipping. I also have a cheap cover from Walmart that I will throw in that may fit you bike.

BR1800 Back Seat/ Sissy Bar Bag- Universal Great versatility - can either be used as a sissy
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I have a Saddleman BR1800 I used for 1 four day trip. I am trying to sell it I have it listed on another board for $80 plus shipping. I also have a cheap cover from Walmart that I will throw in that may fit you bike.

BR1800 Back Seat/ Sissy Bar Bag- Universal Great versatility - can either be used as a sissy
Man - I really like that bag! I worry about it being so tall with no backrest or sissy on my bike. Seems like it would be a sail. Any guidance?
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It's really not that tall, plus for me it was mounted on the rear seat of my Suzuki and it became a back rest for me.

Let me know if you change you mind.
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Look at the BDD luggage rack I have one on my Cross Country, its well made and a great price and I use it most every day. I bought mine off his Ebay store but I think Witch Doctors sells them as well.

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Look at the BDD luggage rack I have one on my Cross Country, its well made and a great price and I use it most every day. I bought mine off his Ebay store but I think Witch Doctors sells them as well.

I've already got the Victory Solo rack on the way. Just looking a bag that will fit it securely.
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I've already got the Victory Solo rack on the way. Just looking a bag that will fit it securely.
My bad..misread it..thought you looked at the Victory rack

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