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Homemade Saddlebag Brackets

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rocco
Got a good deal on some bags and threw them on. Didn't notice they rubbed when cornering because well, they are behind me.
 
Brackets go for over $100 but for $6 at Home Depot I made my own. Simple and it works.
 
Bent it over my shin, bolted it onto the passenger pegs and painted it.
 
Let me know what you think!
 
 
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yamahaha
Thanks for posting. I have the same problem with saddle bags. I have some aluminum flat bar similar to what you used. I've got all winter.

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Beemer
Looks good with the bags on and covering the bar/bolts. How about a pic directly in back of the bike with the bags on.

Beemer

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rocco
Thanks dudes! I figured I wasn't the only one that didn't want to spend so much on some brackets!
 
I used the same material to make a license plate holder for my cafe racer.
 
I'll snap a pic of the back as soon as I get home!

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rocco
The only real visible piece of the bracket is the one above the license plate but I don't mind it

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