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  1. #16
    Ditch Magnet
    My Bike(s)
    2006 Suzuki Boulevard C90 Black
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    Forestville, MD
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    Hey I forgot to mention GREAT Pics!

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  3. #17
    Ditch Magnet
    My Bike(s)
    2006 Suzuki Boulevard C90 Black
    Location
    Forestville, MD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis View Post
    It looks like one could leave the bags on. Take a look at the links below:

    Saddlebags for Honda Motorcycles, Saddle Bags for Yamahas

    Leather Saddlebags, Motorcycle Bags for Hondas, Yamahas & Kawasakis, Honda, Yamaha Motorcycle accessories

    I'm also interested in these bags but still shopping around.

    additional info:

    Saddlebag dimensions:
    18" wide x 13" tall x 7 1/2" deep.
    Large capacity saddlebag dimensions:
    18" wide x 13" tall x 8 3/4" deep.
    Large capacity saddlebags are $75 more than our standard bags.

    The specs are different from what is shown on the drawings at one of the links above.
    Is there one that is better suited to leaving them on permanently other than the US Saddlebags?

  4. #18
    Fourth gear and illegal
    My Bike(s)
    2007 Boulevard C50 2008 Nomad 1600
    Location
    Wet Coast, Canada
    Posts
    722
    Is there one that is better suited to leaving them on permanently other than the US Saddlebags?


    Check this one out.

  5. #19
    Newbie
    My Bike(s)
    2007 suzuki c50t
    Posts
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    problem with bolts solved?

    i got frustrated with the saddle bag bolts on the boulevard too..so came in to look up some info. i tried different suggestions i seen here sitting on bike, etc, but this worked for me. put front bolts on first...the back i spent over an hour trying to get the bolt in. i finally just pulled up on rear fender lightly with my hand and the bolt went in like a knife through butter. took it out and tried again before i signed up and posted. might save someone an hour of frustration. l

  6. #20
    Fifth gear streak
    My Bike(s)
    Suzuki M50 2010
    Location
    Sydney Australia
    Posts
    1,351
    My experience also mounting Hardstreet bags on the M50. Lots of swearing!
    Giving advice for saddlebag installation on C50-imageuploadedbytapatalk1338263582.333839.jpg

  7. #21
    Supporting Member
    My Bike(s)
    2009 Suzuki M50
    Location
    MD
    Posts
    4
    Quote Originally Posted by bgentle View Post
    i got frustrated with the saddle bag bolts on the boulevard too..so came in to look up some info. i tried different suggestions i seen here sitting on bike, etc, but this worked for me. put front bolts on first...the back i spent over an hour trying to get the bolt in. i finally just pulled up on rear fender lightly with my hand and the bolt went in like a knife through butter. took it out and tried again before i signed up and posted. might save someone an hour of frustration. l
    Thanks so much to you and the OP (CajunCountry), I got stuck when I pulled out both bolts on one side to install my back rest. I came on here and found exactly what I needed. I first used your advice to push the metal at the back of the fender up a little and pushed the front bolt in and then the back bolt (also had to push that metal piece up).

    The other side, I did it as CajunCountry said with the front bolt first and then the back bolt, one at a time.

  8. #22
    Where Am I ?
    My Bike(s)
    Suzuki Boulevard C50T
    Location
    Milford, NH
    Posts
    28
    I'll keep these in mind if I ever need to replace the stock bags that hold a lot and keep the rain out with gee whiz bags that don't do either.


 

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