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  1. #1
    Seat Tester
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    C50T Left Saddlebag

    Anybody know where I can find one? The one on the bike I just bought is pretty scuffed, emblem is loose and the twist snap came off. I saw one go on ebay for under $150 but I missed it.

    Chad

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  3. #2
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    any online places to buy them new?

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    Just Won't Go Away !
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    They can be purchased new from any dealer. My favorite online places are Ronayers.com or Bikebandit.com, both of which usually beat the local dealer's prices.

    The 2006 C50T saddlebags are part numbers 3651577-001 and 3651578-001, but you'll have to call a dealer and see which one is the left and which the right. The bad news is that even online they are $370 each.

    For that price you might be better off getting a pair of aftermarket bags. For example, Custom World International Rigid Bags for your bike are only $370 a pair with mounting brakets. Or for about $450 you can get a pair of Leatherlyke hard bags that are waterproof and lock. Or if you want to stick with semi-rigid soft bags, a set of Saddleman Cruis'n Jumbo Slant Bags is only $125 a pair, and River Road Zip-off Extra-larger Classic Slant Bags are only $150 a pair.
    You MUST obey the pug dog!


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  6. #4
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    Thanks for the ideas. Those River Road bags actually look pretty nice, especially for the price. However, I like the OEM bags, the problem is the left one is pretty beat up from the previous owner tipping it over.

    I've seen a couple of ebay, but I'm getting outbid

  7. #5
    Wants Better Weather
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    These are from Onidia Suzuki....I'd get a price from Eric at Xtreme and compare. They are the ones I have on my C50.
    Oneida Suzuki Inc :: Cruisers :: Saddlebags :: Suzuki OEM :: Rigid Mount Leather Saddlebags - Classic C50
    The faster I go the behinder I get.....

    US Navy 68-72 Amphibs, Little Creek, Va.


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    They can be purchased new from any dealer. My favorite online places are Ronayers.com or Bikebandit.com, both of which usually beat the local dealer's prices.
    I can't seem to find saddlebags at either of those sites. I even tried to search the part #

    Dave, those are pretty nice looking. I'd probably wanto actually seem them on a bike before I did it though, and I need the studded ones.

    I'd like to just get this solved, I think I'm gonna need a new one before I'm happy. Its baiscally a new bike, and I want it looking new.

    I found this eBay Motors: Suzuki Boulevard Saddlebag (item 130032135173 end time Mar-27-07 09:14:00 PDT) on ebay, but I'm not sure I'll be able to look past that cut. Although, it would save me about 50% so I dunno.

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    Wants Better Weather
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    That cut does look superficial but then we all want our machines a perfict as we can get them.. If WE put the cut in then it gives it charictor. But not some other YAHOO doing it. The probem with that bag is it only has one twisty snap. This is the set I have. The way the buckle works you can use the little padlocks to lock them shut AND put your "D" ring from your helmets through the lock also, makes them double as a helmet lock. Check with Eric (866-779-8736) at Xtreame Suzuki too. They have good prices also. I have these bags and they say they are synthetic. I can not tell the difference from the leather ones. This way you would have a matched set.
    Heres the simular one with the studs..and they are OEM.
    Oneida Suzuki Inc :: Cruisers :: Boulevard C50 - Volusia :: Rigid Mount Synthetic Leather Saddlebags C50/T BOULEVARD
    Last edited by Dave Nadeau; 03-13-2007 at 09:38 AM.
    The faster I go the behinder I get.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griggs2121
    I can't seem to find saddlebags at either of those sites. I even tried to search the part #
    Items 14 and 15 on the list
    You MUST obey the pug dog!


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    Hmm... alright thanks guys. I don't know what I want to do.....

  12. #10
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    What do you guys think about using black shoe polish on the OEM saddlebags to remove/hide any scuff marks? Seems like it would work, but I dunno.

  13. #11
    Wants Better Weather
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    Try it and you tell us..................Hows it look?
    The faster I go the behinder I get.....

    US Navy 68-72 Amphibs, Little Creek, Va.


    "The Old Man"

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    Just Won't Go Away !
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    Black 'scuff cover' might work better than shoe polish, as it is designed to hide scuff marks on leather shoes.
    You MUST obey the pug dog!


  15. #13
    Wants Better Weather
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    If you have a lot of time on your hands due to the cold weather you can always SPIT SHINE the lids on the suckers. In the service we would crawl through mud and sand and have them boots spit shined up by morning. Never even see the scratches and gouges.
    The faster I go the behinder I get.....

    US Navy 68-72 Amphibs, Little Creek, Va.


    "The Old Man"

  16. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Nadeau
    Try it and you tell us..................Hows it look?
    I'll try something here, and let you know. I would think it would work. Black leather right...

  17. #15
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    I did a good cleaning and put some scuff remove on the the scuffs. It didn't erase it, but I think it covered it enough for me to be good with it.


 
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