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Had a couple of Seahorse cases not being used, so I decided to see what they would look like on the SCR. Not bad. Of course, after mounting them I noticed that the reservoirs might rub a bit. Wish I could just twist them in a bit. Oh well, if I don't **** them, easy enough to remove. Just four u-bolts each.
 

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Had a couple of Seahorse cases not being used, so I decided to see what they would look like on the SCR. Not bad. Of course, after mounting them I noticed that the reservoirs might rub a bit. Wish I could just twist them in a bit. Oh well, if I don't **** them, easy enough to remove. Just four u-bolts each.
Christ - are you moving house by bike, or what?! >:). Can’t you just shim them out a bit for the necessary clearance?

Didn’t you have a picture on here of some other bags you fitted, where you had to cut out a couple of inserts in order to allow it to lie right with the grab-rail? What brand were they? Didn’t you like them?
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They we a pair of throwover saddlebags. Real ones, for a horse. Just too small. These things are obviously a little big. I had bought them for my old V-Strom, never install em. Just playing, seeing what sticks.

And yes, a little shimming tomorrow. :)
 

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Meh. Just took them off. Too large and really wasn't the look/need I was going for. This isn't my old R1100GS. Plus, the support brackets on the back are slightly not the same, so the large bags drove my OCD crazy. LOL!

This is more of what I want, storage-wise. Plus the courier bags that are in-route. My travels these days are for a couple of nights, not months across a continent.
 

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