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    Default Mounting Issues with Tsukayu Bags

    Ok I ordered a set from HDL and now Tsukayu tells me I have the wrong brackets so 2 questions

    1) If you have these bags which fender bolts did you use? like last and middle or last and first ect.

    2) Has anyone tried other brackets to mound these closer to the bike?

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    Mine are on the second and third bolt. With bolt one being counted from the front of the bike


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    Here is mine from the back
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost rider View Post
    Mine are on the second and third bolt. With bolt one being counted from the front of the bike
    Ahh crap thats why i am having issues.. Still isnt as close as they advertise but at least it wont hit my shock

    nice scoot btw

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    I used the straight brackets that's all they offered at the time and mine are mounted on the 1st & last hole.

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    1st and last bolts here. Another thing to think about is if you ride with a passenger. If the bags are too far forward you may need offsets for the passenger pegs. Pics of my spacing and what I did to hide it. Space is wide because I use a Paladin removable backrest.




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    If memeory serves me correctly, thats why I had to use second and third bolts. Also to make sure I had enouigh clearance on the exhaust.
    you will love these bags!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Post a pic when you get them on. We would love to see them


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    1st and 3rd bolts or closest to the shock and the most rearward. Look here for several pictures.
    http://www.vtxoa.com/forums/showthread.php?t=220023
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