Comment: These bags a pretty good bags for the money. They did come with mounting hardware wich I didn't expect and I did gard mount them on my 03 Vulcan 1500 they look good and fit good, I had to get longer bolts to get around my shock but that was easy
Saddlebags for 2007 Yamaha Roadliner
Comment: These saddle bags are AWESOME for $100.00 !! They could easily sell for way more. The quality is top notch and the bags have plenty of room !! plenty of ways to adjust and can't wait to mount them on my 2007 Yamaha Roadliner s ! Shipping was also super fast !! Ordered them on 3/3/14 and got them on 3/6/14 !!! ordering was a breeze and the customer service was GREAT !! Will be purchasing a lot more things from JAFRUM in the future !! Thank you for a great buying experience !!
nspire Motorcycle Saddlebags 2006 Review
Comment: Love the bags but what are the straps on the bottom of each bag for?
Saddlebags for Honda 1300 vtx
Comment: I have a Honda 1300 vtx these are a little to big for this bike I had to take off the tail light assembly and put on the led strip tail light package
Saddlebags for 2004 V STAR 1100 CLASSIC
Comment: Not a DIRECT fit. Had to drill one hole in bags to line up with mount points on rear fender but not a problem. Look SUPERB on my bike. A quality product indeed.
Good for the money
Comment: I bought these bags several months ago. They were not a direct fit with the Easy Brackets for my bike. Not a big deal. A couple of drilled holes later and I had them mounted. They look great and I do enjoy that they are fairly firm so I don't have to worry about them drooping or falling into themselves like the old leather bags. The only issue I have had is with the velcro that holds the flaps down in the front and rear. They are held on by small plastic rivets. Already, I have lost attachment of one of those velcro straps. I guess I will have to reattach it with something more substantial. Otherwise, I am happy with what I got for the money.
Fort Worth, TX
inspire 2006 Review
Comment: I purchased these bag on line and they arrived very quickly. Just a couple of days. installation was quick and easy . I would have like to see some kind of hook where you could maybe zip tie the bag to the support bracket. other then that I love them . They look great and hold their shape.
A Hit at Biketoberfest Daytona With my Suzuki boulevard 2007 c90T
Comment: Mounted on Suzuki boulevard 2007 c90T
Talked to a few Suzuki owners at this years Biketoberfest and they could not believe that these bags an the toolkit were only 90 bucks.
It seems a lot of other people are having the same problem I had with the original bags (top shrinks and comes apart. I did not use the over fender strap as I already had the support frames from original. drilled 2 holes each and mounted perfectly. these hold up in the rain pretty well. and look great. Only 1 thing can be improved I think and that is the closing snaps
Got in a hurry and ripped one right off. Wish I could buy spares Oh well Otherwise I really like these large bags. thanks JA
what are the straps on the bottom of the saddle bags for? there is no way to connect them anything
A shopper on Sep 25, 2014
Best Answer:It is the means of the bags to an attach point on the bag supports that keep them away from the fenders,tires and the belt or chain drive so they don't rub or flop around when your going down the hwy. You can set the orientation that you want,ie front and back are equal distance to your frame. Fred
I used them to support the underside of the bag. But first you need to understand I have a sissy bar with luggage rack, so I just brought the straps up the inside of the bags and attached it to the sissy bar, it works quite well.
I can't be much help here but the documentation says: "Quick-Release tie downs help keep the saddlebag in place". I have not used my bags yet because my project is not complete yet but it appears they are for custom use such as securing them to the low side of saddle bag support brackets or a rigid frame tube. There is a quick release under the elastic and they can be simply set aside if you don't need them.
I tied mine to the saddle bag brackets I put on the bike to keep them from moving while riding. I found that without tieing them down that the wind gets between the bags and the bike and the front of them goes outward causing the back to go inward toward the rear wheel. Not really a problem but that's why I used the tied downs.