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Willie & Max Vintage Brown Swing Arm Bag

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J&P Part: 632-663

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Description

Willie & Max Vintage Brown Swing Arm Bag

• Easily mountable using sturdy mounting straps, rigid plastic back and synthetic leather outer, includes protective film to keep the swingarm or frame from being scratched

• For bikes with a hidden (triangulated swingarm) shock

• 10-1/2″ x 11-1/2″ x 4-1/2″

• Also available in black

Product Specs

  • Height: 11.5"
  • Length: 10.5"
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 59777-00
  • Material: Synthetic Leather
  • Sold in Units: Each
  • Width: 4.5"

Fitment

Note: This item is a universal/custom fit component, and does not have any direct standard/OEM model application. Some items may require modification and an advanced level of mechanical skill and/or knowledge for installation.

Customer Reviews

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Got this bag for my 2013 Fat Boy Lo. I loved the concept, and the distressed brown leather appearance really accented the Candy Orange color well. buckles are easy to open and close even with one hand (they are the black plastic snap buckles underneath the real buckle straps). There is a fold over flap that buttons over the opening, but is hidden under the flap when closed, that helps make whatever you put in the stay even more secure. The biggest downside to this bag is the unclear instructions. The mounting straps are not pre-installed, and the instructions tell you to do a dry fit and marking technique to figure out where to drill start holes, and then they tell you to use a utility knife to carve out slits to run the straps through. I was going to return the bag because I thought it was just too much of a headache, but it looked so darn cool on my bike, so I just drilled a few holes, and attached it with a few very sturdy 70 pound test zip ties. Overall the bag looking as cool as it does was enough for me to figure out a way to make it work, and the bag has come in very handy for around the town trips.