The bags are so much better than I expected. I purchased them on a half price sale. I can't say enough about their quality.I tried emailing you for a description but never got a response so ordered the bags anyway. I am having to create my own mount system and it's not fun. The quality of the bags make it all worthwhile though, they are GREAT and I love them.
Motorcycle Saddlebags - Inspire SD2003 Deluxe Lockable Saddlebags
List Price: 199.99
Sales Price: $89.95
Motorcycle Saddlebags - Inspire SD2003 Deluxe Lockable Saddlebags.
Item Code: SD2003
Options: Plain, Studs
Built-In Locking System: Yes
- Chrome Plated Buckles and Studs
- Sturdy and strong construction to increase durability
- Tab openings for easy-open/ easy-close
- Versitale Mounting - Bolt-On or Adjustable Throw-Over Velcro Yoke Strap with D-Ring Strap
- Yoke is detachable for easy installation when bolting the bags to your bike
- Storm/ Debris protection with an velcro close to keep the Lid of the bag in place
- Reinforced rigid bag construction help holds shape
- 4 holes on the backside & allows easy installation
- Twistable Tab insert locks to protect your belongings
- Additional Quick Release with Strap and 2 straps for tie-down located at the bottom of the saddlebag
- Each bag is treated with water-resistant (not waterproof), we recommend you using our waterproof cream
Most Helpful Reviews :
I purchased these bags which are great quality. However, the mounting bracket screws were too big too fit the bracket; therefore the kit was not usable. I called Jafrum and was told it was a universal bracket kit and could return the bags and kit for a refund. I wish they would have offered to provide the correct kit with screws that fit. I kept the bags and had to purchase a suitable bracket kit.
These saddlebags are great quality and priced right. Unfortunately they did not fit on my 2011 Honda Shadow 750 so i had to return them. I will continue to order products from here as I have never been disappointed in the quality of the merchandize
Nicely constructed bags. However, as with many accessories, expect to do some modifications for these to fit. I mounted these on my 2007 Suzuki M50. The holes in the bags do not align with the 2 bolts on the frame of the bike. I used one of the existing holes and then drilled a new one hole (and installed a grommet, so the weight of a loaded bag wouldn't make the hole bigger. But, that leaves 3 holes unused and potential sources for water to get in. I plugged them with JB WaterWeld expoxy putty. I agree with the other rider that said the brackets are a joke. While they might work, the design is such that the bags would almost appear to be floating to the side of the bike. Plus, you'd have to find really, really long bolts, which would put a weight of a filled bag on the edge of a long bolt. Expect to buy something else. The bolts were all much too short, so I spent more money to buy those. One of the bolts on my Suzuki threads into a nut that is welded to the frame. So, I had to find a metric bolt that was long enough. (Home Depot and Lowe's did not have them, but Ace Hardware did, which has a big selection of both metric and standard bolts.) I discarded the bracke that came with the bags and bought the universal saddlebag guards, but they aren't universal. They had an odd twist so they don't fit flush on the frame or against the saddlebags. I paid a blacksmith shop (horse riding stables will know where those are...and they are sometimes in recreated historic villages.) He twisted them back into place. (One broke, but he welded it and ground it down to look nice.) All and all... it was much, much more effort than I ever imagined to get these installed. I'm not sure it would be any easier with other bags.
there were no directions to put the bags on and the hardware that came with it was diffuclt to figure out. The bags did get on and are great! I went with the larger bags and they have lots of room. Shipping was super fast too!!!
Wow these bags looks great on my 04 Marauder. The only problem were the brackets just don't work out on my bike, so I had to order the right ones. The holes don't line up on the bags, so I mounted as throw over style, but still look good.
Very nice bags. Seem to be well made. I got the small bags. I should have ordered the bigger bags .I will be returning the small and ordering the bigger bags. I am using them on a 2009 HD FXDC with the signals moved back to the tail light
Deluxe Hard Lockable bolton saddlebages The Bags ARE Well made and look alot better then the areganal bags I had on my bike I'v had alot of complaments about how good thy look
I ordered these because I couldnt't believe the price and had to check them out. I was amazed at the quality when they arrived. Nice looking and very rigid construction. I have had Saddlemen bags and Willie & Max bags and these are actually much better in construction. I took two peices of 8x10 aluminum and mounted the bags to them and then mounted those plates to the rear fender mounts on my Harley Dyna. Worked out great! Keep in mind that the seam or "hinge" area on the back that allows the bag to open is about an inch and a half below the top of the bag. Therefore you have to allow for some space to open the bag on the bike. These bags would easily mount to any rigid mount system. Kudos to the Inspire Bags....Great product at a Great price!
Very satisfied with every aspect of this purchase
Nice well made saddlebags. I will be returning only because they are too small for my bike and didn't like how they looked on it.
these saddle bags are great quality much better than I expected. the quick snap buckles are a bit tight but maybe they will break in after some use. I wish they would have put sinch buckles on the bottom straps, I was told to just tie them off somewhere on the bike or the mounting bracket.
It's had to believe that so little money can get you this much product. Excellent quality and features!!
I had been looking for a pair of saddlebags for my husbands 2004 Honda Shadow(750) that seem to be a nightmare, but then I just happened to come across this web site, and was so surprised. Jafrum, just made my Christmas list for many return purchases. I looked at all they had to offer and finely settled on this set of saddlebags, I ended up getting the medium in size not knowing if they would be a good fit or if I would have to return them. Well, on Christmas morning I found out they fit perfectly, they stylish, heavy duty, well made, and easily attached to his bike. They are larger then what he did have on his bike so he his thrilled with all the extra room he now has. They look great on his Honda Shadow, I'm now looking for the perfect pair for my Yamaha V-Star, and I have no doubt I will find them. For the quality and the price of items on Jafrum you can't beat them, I am so glad I found they..
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I have a 2014 XL883L SPT. Will these fit without having to move the signal lights?
Best Answer:We do not have bike specific information for these bags. You would have to measure to see if they would fit. Turn signals to back of driver seat for length. Top of fender down to 2 inches above the exhaust for height.
does it come with hardware?
I want to hard mount this bags with bracket on 2008 Honda Shadow Spirit VT750 C2, what kind of bracket do i need?