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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-14-2012, 09:35 AM Thread Starter
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Saddlebag lid covers ANY HELP!

Hey there. I have been attempting to make my own bag lid covers without much success. I am some what of an experinced seamster. does anyone have a pattern and/or detailed pictures of manufactured covers. Any input would be awsome. Thanks
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-14-2012, 10:28 AM
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i have these and my husband is painting a set flat black to go on his bike.
http://www.hogcovers.com/

we were unsure about them at first, but now i have an old set i leave on while it's parked in the garage and a 2nd set for when i take the bike out incase i want to show them off.

i also have pictures in my profile with them on my bike if you need to see them
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I really want leather. More for travel. Maybe also have some sort of loop or something that would allow me to strap a bed roll or something atop it. I know they manufacture several different options of this. But thanks for the input I really like those and may invest in a set for hoppin around town and shows. Thanks again.

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Saddleman makes a cover that also provides storage space. I used for a little while and they were highly functional. Looked Ok but I am a pack rat and needed to get rid of space.

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www.ridetek.com I use these on trips all the time, really good product.

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