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It's a little late asking.. but are these hard cases any good? I did some looking.. seems like most go for the strong cases. I already ordered these. My ADHD helped me forget to ask this question before I bought them... Lol
 

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Looks good...FL bags or Advanblack?
Post pixs when installed?
 

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It'll be a few weeks.. I did pay for them to paint them.. normally I'd do it in my garage, but I just moved houses not to long ago and garage I still full of stuff
 

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Tsuyaku's products are excellent. They are made of fiberglass, not plastic like you get from Mutazu. You've made a quality choice.

Post pictures when you've got 'em mounted, OK?

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They're the real deal and will provide many years of service.
 

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Hopefully I can install them this weekend
Git Ye to the hardware store, and pick some super-sized fender washers, to fit the fasteners provided..
Using fender washers inside and out strengthens the bag's mounting substantially.
 

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Git Ye to the hardware store, and pick some super-sized fender washers, to fit the fasteners provided..
Using fender washers inside and out strengthens the bag's mounting substantially.
This ^^ is Buddha wisdom.

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Here's some close up images I took about 9 or 10 years ago.
 

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Thanks for those pics... Looks good, I can see how those washers help out.
 

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@Numscul, another bit of advice you might not have heard elsewhere:

Whatever happens when you're installing the bag supports, do not remove all the bolts from your fender at the same time. If you do, it'll be murder getting them back in again! (Yeah, ask me how I know.)

Plan it out so you have no more than two bolts out of the fender at any time.

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Thanks for the advice... I hope to do the install tomorrow
Measure thrice, drill one accurately placed hole.
Best of luck with the install!
 
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