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J&P Cycles® Saddlebag Liner

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Sale Price: $7.49 Regularly: $9.99

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J&P Part: 8400085

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Description

J&P Cycles® Saddlebag Liner

Fitment Note: Will fit in most saddlebags or storage bags

• Keep your saddlebag contents dry when the weather isn’t

• Fill it, roll it down to fit the height of your bag and snap it down

• Snap closure doubles as a luggage handle

• See-through bag material makes it easy to locate packed items

• Can be loaded with ice and used as a cooler

• Dimensions: 12″ L x 6″ W x 18″ H

Product Specs

  • Height: 18″ H
  • Material: Vinyl
  • Sold in Units: Each
  • Width: 6″ W

Fitment

Fitment Note: Will fit in most saddlebags or storage bags

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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used once, leaked, wasn't happy with product at all

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Cheaply made, not every satisfied with this product

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works ok does the job.

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This bag is small. I bought it for my hard bags, but it's much too small to be useful there. It would work well with smaller leather bags.

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Great way to keep your gear dry. Fits hard and soft cases alike. Great value!

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These liners fit my Willie & Max bags very well. Although I haven't been in any wet weather with them, there's no doubt they'll keep your stuff dry. The only drawback I see is they get a little stiff in cool temps. Other than that it's a nice product.

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The sounded like a good idea, as I have used similar bags for boating, but... These bags were so stiff that I can barely use them. They might be useable in 100 degree weather, but for the cooler weather here in Alaska 50's to 70's they were hard and brittle. Think that possibly the plasticizers had been dated out of the vinyl, and that age was the culprit??

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Awesome,wish I knew that existed before now.Deeps everything dry and viewable.

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I like to be able to see what I'm looking for rather than pulling everything out of a bag or saddlebag, etc.