i got the jumbo bags,not as big as i thought they would be but not tiny either,i would say get the jumbo's because in my opion the regular bags would be too small,the bags are very nice and look good on the bike,super fast shipping
Saddlemen Cruisn Slant Saddlebags Custom Fit.
The Saddlemen Cruis’n Slant Saddlebags Custom Fit are sleek bags that boast smooth, clean styling. They come in a jumbo size that measures 17.5”L x 10.5”H x 6”D. These bags feature a strong, smooth flat back side for easy custom mounting. They do not come with a yoke, and Saddlebag support brackets are recommended. These bags are constructed out of a durable combination of materials, including marine-grade vinyl and a sturdy plastic frame. These bags are rigid, so they will hold their shape even when empty. The lids of these bags are designed for easy opening and feature lockable twist-locks, which are included. You know you can trust bags made by Saddlemen since they have been providing top-quality equipment for bikers since 1987 and are an industry leader in bags.
Large : 15.5" L x 9.5" H x 5" D
Jumbo : 17.5" L x 10.5" H x 6" D
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Saddlemen Cruisn Slant Saddlebag Installation Instructions
Recommended Additional Hardware
|Saddlemen’s S4 Quick-Disconnect Saddlebag Mounting Kits are the perfect way to install these saddlebags on your bike. Available for most popular metric cruiser and Harley-Davidson models, our kits feature hard-mount installation with the ability to remove the bags in seconds to carry them with you or to wash your bike. Saddlemen has everything you need, including saddlebag support brackets, turn signal relocators for getting larger bags onto some bikes, and quick-disconnect mounting kits.|
|1. It is anticipated that the smooth back side of the bags will be drilled to facilitate mounting, and that you will fabricate mounting brackets, spacers or supports. Mounting bolts with then pass thru the bags and, using the supplied fender washers, be secured to either your fabricated brackets, fender or fender struts. Most installations utilize the fender struts and their fender mounting locations for connecting the saddlebags to the motorcycle. Other locations can also include turn signal or top shock mounting points. Mount points should be as far apart as possible and use the fender washers supplied to provide a stable mount base and spread the mounting load and stress over the largest area possible. The bags can also be mounted utilizing aftermarket saddlebag support brackets and securely attaching the saddlebags to these brackets.|
|2. The saddlebags must be securely mounted to the motorcycle so that they can support any load that you intend to carry (less than 10 pounds per side) and so the bags clear all moving or suspension components thru the full suspension travel, even when the bags are fully loaded. Be expecially careful that the cantilevered bottom inside edge of the bag, and all other surfaces, clear all components such as shocks, swingarm, brake calipers, brake rods and lines, chain guard, etc. after installation.|
|3. Inspect the bags immediately after first use to determine that the bags are not interfereing with moving components. Inspect weekly thereafter to be certain that the bags are not contacting moving parts and that the bags are not developing cracks as a result of inadequate mounting support.|
|4. If the installed bags obstruct the original factory supplied side reflectors, please contact Saddlemen to purchase self-adhesive reflectors, which must be installed where they are clearly visible from the side of the motorcycle.|
Most Helpful Reviews :
Looks great on my Suzuki M50. Kind of a pain to align but it was worth the effort and every penny. Had to purchase mounting hardware somewhere else but it turned out OK.