Cycra Hardstreet Satin Sixer Hard Saddlebags with Metric Brackets

Cycra Hardstreet Satin Sixer Hard Saddlebags with Metric Brackets


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Part Number: CYCRA-1HAR-4401-SX
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The Hardstreet Sixer Saddlebags were designed for light to heavy cruisers. Constructed from high-temp/ high impact injection-molded ABS plastic. The overall dimensions of 12 ¾”H x 18 ½”W x 8 ½”D make these bags a perfect size for your day or weekend travel needs. With the over 1400sq. inches you can take what you need be it a six pack of beverages or extra clothes for the trip. You will not have to worry about your clothes smelling like fiberglass because all Hardstreet Saddle Bags are injection molded plastic with no fiberglass resin smell or out gassing.

Sixer Hard Saddlebags also includes Alloy Tech Brackets, which are easily adjustable for hanging, works with most quick release back rests, and includes the spacers and mounting hardware.

Features:
  • Injection molded, hard ABS plastic makes them durable and weather resistant
  • Secure/lockable (keys included)
  • Push button locks with a sleek profile design
  • Injection molded satin black paintable finish
  • Steel slim brackets allow a nice close, snug fit to the bike
  • Includes Alloy Tech Brackets
  • Made in USA


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    This accessory fits:

    - Honda 750 Shadow ACE
    - Honda 750 Shadow ACE Tourer
    - Honda 750 Shadow Aero
    - Honda 750 Shadow Phantom
    - Honda 750 Shadow RS
    - Honda 750 Shadow Spirit
    - Honda 750 Shadow Spirit C2
    - Honda 1100 Shadow ACE
    - Honda 1100 Shadow Aero
    - Honda 1100 Shadow Sabre
    - Honda 1100 Shadow Spirit
    - Honda 1100 Shadow VT1100C
    - Honda 1300 VTX1300C
    - Honda 1300 VTX1300R (S) Retro
    - Honda 1300 VTX1300T Tourer
    - Honda 1800 VTX1800C
    - Honda 1800 VTX1800F
    - Honda 1800 VTX1800N
    - Honda 1800 VTX1800R (Retro)
    - Honda 1800 VTX1800S
    - Kawasaki 900 Vulcan Classic
    - Kawasaki 900 Vulcan Classic LT
    - Kawasaki 900 Vulcan Custom
    - Kawasaki 1700 Vulcan Classic
    - Kawasaki 1700 Vulcan Classic LT
    - Kawasaki 1700 Vulcan Nomad
    - Kawasaki 1700 Vulcan Vaquero
    - Kawasaki 1700 Vulcan Voyager
    - Kawasaki 2000 Vulcan
    - Kawasaki 2000 Vulcan Classic
    - Suzuki S40 Boulevard
    - Suzuki C50 Boulevard
    - Suzuki C50T Boulevard
    - Suzuki M50 Boulevard
    - Suzuki C90 Boulevard
    - Suzuki C90T Boulevard
    - Victory 106 Victory Hammer
    - Victory 106 Victory Vegas Jackpot
    - Triumph Rocket III



    Ask a Question about this product

    Question & Answers:

      Fit with 2012 VT750RS

      posted on 05/27/13 by
      AndrewNewman (AndrewNewman) from , , wrote:

      From the information provided, these bags my VT750RS, but I want to sure that I don't need to reposition the indicators? Can I simply bolt on these bags without concern for whether they fit properly with the bike as is?



       
      posted on 05/28/13 by
      theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

      There is another picture here:
      http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/yhst-23808237904316_2255_19692130



      posted on 05/28/13 by
      theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

      Hi Andrew,
      These bags seems to have some space / leeway in the Alloy Tech mounting as shown here:
      http://store.hardstreet.com/hasisabaglbl1.html
      There is a note that says that signal relocation may be needed.
      Maybe use this? http://store.hardstreet.com/tusirebr.html
      If CC can't answer your concerns, I would check with the manufacturer to check out your concerns:
      INTERNATIONAL ORDERS CALL 740-929-0188

      Cheers, Steve



      posted on 05/28/13 by
      Phillavery from , WA, Australia, wrote:

      Well Andrew, I can only comment on what I see on my computer screen so it would appear that we are both on a different page, I have no interest in stringing anyone along so good luck with your endeavour to find suitable bags, I too have a Honda Shadow cruiser so I recognise the illustrations on the web site .... cheers



      posted on 05/28/13 by
      AndrewNewman from , , wrote:

      I don't appreciate your attitude Phil. My bike is an RS, so the profile view is different, and there's no way the brackets shown would be useful for relocating the lights. If you are trying to troll me here, you need to get a life.



      posted on 05/28/13 by
      Phillavery from , WA, Australia, wrote:

      The mounting hardware is shown together with the Bags - The Indicators are moved back to the Number plate using the bracket (The Picture is of a Honda Shadow Tail light etc ) ..... theres a profile view showing the complete setup if you LOOK.

      This is getting all too hard ......lol



      posted on 05/28/13 by
      AndrewNewman from , , wrote:

      My indicators are already pretty much where they are shown in that pic of another model. I assumed the black brackets are the mounting hardware for the bins which would make sense by the look of them. Thanks anyway mate, I'll ring the shop.



      posted on 05/28/13 by
      Phillavery from , WA, Australia, wrote:

      And under that is the turn signal relocator and some pictures of how it looks when installed ...... its a honda Shadow !



      posted on 05/28/13 by
      AndrewNewman from , , wrote:

      What in particular are you trying to point out? Below is the text;

      "Sixer Hard Saddlebags also includes Alloy Tech Brackets, which are easily adjustable for hanging, works with most quick release back rests, and includes the spacers and mounting hardware."

      The picture is of a different bike.



      posted on 05/28/13 by
      Phillavery from , WA, Australia, wrote:

      Is this a trick question ? - Look at the Product screen again !!!



      posted on 05/27/13 by
      AndrewNewman from , , wrote:

      the brackets are for mounting the indicators?



      posted on 05/27/13 by
      Phillavery from , WA, Australia, wrote:

      By comparing the photos on the CC web site to your bike it seems obvious that the indicators, as fitted, will encroach upon the Saddlebags and thus will most likely require moving, hence the special bracket.




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