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|05-05-2019 09:13 PM|
|ronken10||Exactly!! That's the kind of bar I used on the inside. Mine was flatter but that looks perfect. I've had my Viking bags on for over a year from New Mexico to North Carolina (and I live in Alabama) and have had NO problems. I think that'll work great.|
|05-03-2019 08:29 PM|
I hope this helps
|05-01-2019 10:14 PM|
|Highbrass||They have a support bar that helps with rigidity. I still have a bit of work to do to them. I am really liking the look though!|
|05-01-2019 09:19 PM|
|DCinCT||if those are the bags you may want to line the inside of them with thin plywood to keep the rigid look and avoid the sag structure eventually settling in.|
|05-01-2019 06:50 PM|
Got a bit of finish work to do, but the unistrut worked like a champ !
|05-01-2019 12:08 PM|
|DCinCT||how about some pics of the bags...|
|05-01-2019 10:41 AM|
Originally Posted by Highbrass View Post
|04-30-2019 09:47 PM|
From what I measured it should work quite well.
BUUUUTTTT I have Irish Luck !
|04-30-2019 08:01 PM|
|Skrapiron||You are in uncharted territory my friend. I would be concerned about the strength of the mount and the correct height to keep it from dropping on the exhaust. It is all trial and error from here.|
|04-30-2019 07:53 PM|
I got them in today...
In Fantastic shape. The mounting holes are a bit farther apart than the stock mounting bolt position.
If anyone has any suggestions on a good way to do it ?
Being an electrician, I had the idea to use some unistrut as a mounting rail, then use strut nuts to mount the bags to the rail ?
It should keep everything at the correct height ... I think ??
If I go that route I will take pictures ...Might give someone an idea
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