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Hi everyone - got the call from my local dealer yesterday - my new Kingpin 8 Ball has just landed from the USA and it looks awsome. I'd never seen one in the metal - Victorys are like rocking horse crap over here in England - and it's even more gorgeous in real life than in the brochure. I'm hopefully having it registered on Wednesday (11th) as this is my 39th birthday. It will have a stage 1 with black pipes, black bullet headlight, black speedo cover, rear seat and passenger footboards. I can't wait to take my Softail down and ride away on the Vic, Hopefully it will be a better built bike than the Harley and will stand up better to the English weather! I'll post some pics when I pick her up. Ride safe Manny
 

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thanks for the tip. do you know anything about the hard street bags. they look and measure identical to victorys hard bags..
where are the turn signals on these bikes with the tsukayu bags. are they moved to another spot on the bike.
 

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where are the turn signals on these bikes with the tsukayu bags. are they moved to another spot on the bike.
I removed the stock cheap plastic turn signals and looked around for some that fit inside the slot where the stock ones were, this allowed me to move the bags back to give my wife more room to move her legs around on a long ride. I really like my Tsukayu Strong Hard Bags as they are the closest I found to match the curve of the rear fender.
 

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thanks for the tip. do you know anything about the hard street bags. they look and measure identical to victorys hard bags..
where are the turn signals on these bikes with the tsukayu bags. are they moved to another spot on the bike.

Hard street is the same exact bag as the one Victory offers.
 

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You can make them quick release if you take the time and have the know how.

I'm sure then can be somehow mounted to quick release brackets too.
I tried that, remember? I made up a set of plate brakets but they didn't hold up when I dropped it when I had the broken wrist.
I ended up using the mounts that came with the bags, but I got creative with some washers so the bags hung straight instead of being kicked out.
 

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