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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-27-2013, 03:43 AM Thread Starter
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what is the most common fender and bag set

I was gonna run a cvo fender so I could use a hitch but I changed my mind, soo...whats the most common fender and bag combo? im gonna run duals. I don't wanna spend a ton of money but id like to get something sic. any suggestions where and how much?
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Depends on your skill level. I paid $300 for my bags and fender off ebay but spent a lot of my time getting them prepped. If you're paying by the hour for prep get the better stuff. Top Shop gets a lot of good reviews.


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I just wanna still be able.to use the stock quick detach for the tour pak. Thats my only requirement
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I just wanna still be able.to use the stock quick detach for the tour pak. Thats my only requirement
Almost all companies have a fender that let's you use the quick detach hardware. More common are Topshop, baddad, dirty bird concepts, yaffee, cycle visions etc. fiberglass vs abs etc. use the search function here you'll find endless hours on the subject. You most certainly get what you pay for.


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Almost all companies have a fender that let's you use the quick detach hardware. More common are Topshop, baddad, dirty bird concepts, yaffee, cycle visions etc. fiberglass vs abs etc. use the search function here you'll find endless hours on the subject. You most certainly get what you pay for.


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These are all good recommendations. I also like the look of Milwaukee Bagger.

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I agree with the above posts, I researched for over a year, and finally came down to a choice between Top Shop, and Milwaukee Bagger. I ended up going with Top Shop because they were more able to accomodate what I wanted to do at the time, not to mention the great service.

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I agree with the above posts, I researched for over a year, and finally came down to a choice between Top Shop, and Milwaukee Bagger. I ended up going with Top Shop because they were more able to accomodate what I wanted to do at the time, not to mention the great service.
Hey Shameless, read the above ^^^ very carefully. dbell has 7,331 posts and from my short 1 year on this board is meticulous with his bike.

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I know. thanks fellas
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Hey Shameless, read the above ^^^ very carefully. dbell has 7,331 posts and from my short 1 year on this board is meticulous with his bike.
Just cause they have a lot of posts doesn't me there smart. Look at me. . But in DbELL case you are definitely correct.


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