they hang funny. You get what you pay for i suppose
Careful; he's a sensitive soul, easily upset by Thailand boys.they hang funny. You get what you pay for i suppose
I can take criticism mikey..even sarcasm..what i cant take is a know it all that has nothing better to do than troll my every post and laden it with a bunch of meaningless dribble because they are obviously drunk or something and thinks its actually witty banter instead..Careful; he's a sensitive soul, easily upset by Thailand boys.
did some searching and found the same principle suggested on a couple other sportbike websites..the pipe doesnt really need to be so long that it goes to the tail light..would only need a few inches of pipe to actually go behind the bottom of the bag to keep it from sagging inward..so about a foot or so in length will work i think..and it could slip onto the upright foot peg rather than the pointy part of the footrest..either one..It doesn't really matter as long as they are functional. But someone left a post about a rig they made as stays for their saddle bags to keep them from sagging under the fender.
It was a piece of plastic pipe stuck on to the pointy part of the footrest bracket and went up to the tail light. He used a wire spring piece at the end to tie on to an identical pipe on the other side. Seemed like it would work pretty well, I don't know where it is, you would just have to search for it.