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Old 12-10-2009, 01:35 PM   #1
Justcruisen
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Default a1hardbags.com - good company ???

I'm considering buying a set of JM hard saddlebags from a1hardbags.com. Does anyone know if this is a reputable company and are their bags decent quality. I phoned them in San Jose, CA and after a few rings someone answered "casually". Just didn't sound like a professional operation.

But $230 for (lockable) hardbags that are 25.5"x13.5"x7.5" sounds like a pretty good deal. I would really like to have the large capacity. Will go on my V Star 1300. I also have to decide between "Easy Brackets" and "Edge Ghost Brackets".

Also considering a set of used Yamaha leather covered bags but someone said the rain ruined the leather covering on his, so I'm not sure.

Decisions, Decisions!


Any comments appreciated!

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Old 12-10-2009, 01:54 PM   #2
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Go with the Givi. Can't go wrong when you spend four-times as much, for a quality product that's not made with Chinese slave-labour................
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