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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-01-2009, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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I bought the Victory leather tool roll (pn 2872579) so I would have somewhere to stash a few things. It's a fork mounted bag, and I figure that the only place to put it is on top of the headlight. My concern is that the metal buckles rub against the headlight, and I don't want to scratch it. Any suggestions (other than a little tape for the buckles?)
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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-08-2009, 08:22 PM
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I actually have mine under the headlight. just need to watch clearance to the fender.I got mine from road ready bags. It has a soft pad on the bottom. 11000 thousand miles and no issues
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Hi,

I bought the Victory leather tool roll (pn 2872579) so I would have somewhere to stash a few things. It's a fork mounted bag, and I figure that the only place to put it is on top of the headlight. My concern is that the metal buckles rub against the headlight, and I don't want to scratch it. Any suggestions (other than a little tape for the buckles?)
I just bought the same tool roll. Did you find a good solution?
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I've seen a few guys with them mounted on the swing arm.
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I've seen a few guys with them mounted on the swing arm.
Thanks...hadn't thought of that one.
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I mounted mine in front of the starter.
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I mounted mine in front of the starter.
Thanks for posting the pic...Does it hold up okay that close to the road surface?

That's one sweet looking bike...
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Thank you for the compliment. In that pic Porti (my bike) is slammed. I don't ride her that low. When I ride there is plenty of clearance.
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Diamond,... quit posting pictures of your bike, every time i see it, i want to come up north and steal it. you have definitely done a good job.

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What bars are you running and what air ride did you go with (are you happy with it) I ride on the weekends a put 200-300 miles a day easy and donít want to compromise on quality of ride. By the way nice looking bike.
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