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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-03-2014, 06:06 AM Thread Starter
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Sissy Bar Bag and OEM Air Intake Assm.

I have 2 things on eBay:

River Road Medium Sissy Bar Bag:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/River-Road-M...71&mfe=sidebar

V-Star 1300 OEM Air Filter Assembly:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Yamaha-V-Sta...44&mfe=sidebar

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Tigr, did you like the bag? Why selling? (I'm a bag whore, always looking for my next one!)

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Tigr, did you like the bag? Why selling? (I'm a bag whore, always looking for my next one!)
Liked it a lot !! I went to it from a smaller Saddlemen R1300LXE Roll Bag. I can't use it on the Strat because the back rest is taller and you can't open the bag. At least not at the mid point where the bigger storage section is as It's hinged to open towards the back rest. Worked great with the V-Star 1300's back rest, it was shorter.

I am going back to the R1300 Roll Bag, that opens away from the sissy bar. Smaller but will be okay.

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