2pc Leather Motorcycle Saddle Bags on 2040-parts.com
Clare, Michigan, United States
2pc Genuine Leather Motorcycle Saddle Bags by CKB Products
This 2pc genuine leather saddle bags set is perfect for long or short rides on your motorcycle and making it even better is the ultra-low wholesale pricing. Take what you need and have it available when you need it; no more over-stuffing your backpack! Look cool and stylish with genuine 100% leather saddle bags. This saddle bags set fastens together and then attaches underneath the seat. Pair of saddlebags measure 14" x 10" x 5-1/4". The universal fit allows this custom set of leather saddle bags to fit most any bike. Also included are two rain covers, one for each saddlebag. When you need more space than just a backpack or barrel bag use our low cost and durable leather saddle bags set
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Mon, 12 Nov 2012 00:00:00 -0800
The BMW X4 – a coupe version of the X3 aimed at the Range Rover Evoque and Porsche Macan – will debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The BMW X4 – a baby X6 – has been on the cards for some time. We first reported BMW were planning on building a coupe version of the X3 in early 2010 and by late 2010 we were hearing that BMW had signed off the X4 for production.
Sun, 30 Jul 2006 00:00:00 -0700
By Phil McNamara
30 July 2006 12:16
The Corolla brand is going the same way as Oldsmobile, Jif and Marathon – to the knacker's yard. It may be the most venerable nameplate in motoring history, but Toyota is ditching the Corolla badge in western Europe. The latest incarnation of the Japanese family car will be unveiled at the Paris motor show in September 2006, but it won't be wearing the Corolla logo.
Thu, 22 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700
The BMW Concept5 X5 eDrive (pictured) will debut at Frankfurt
The arrival of the BMW Concept X5 eDrive ahead of its debut at Frankfurt next month doesn’t preview and immediate addition to the X5 range of a plug-in hybrid, but it does show what will be on offer in a year or two. Just like yesterday’s Mercedes S500 plug-in hybrid, the X5 eDrive is another example of how car makers have developed their way round CO2 taxation levels by throwing electric motors at ICE engines to create a car that offers impressive emissions and economy on official tests. In the case of the X5 eDrive that means a four-cylinder twin power ICE engine (BMW aren’t saying, but we’re assuming its a petrol engine), a 94bhp electric motor and a lithium-ion battery under the boot all working together to produce an X5 that is capable (at least in official tests, which is all that matters) of 74.3mpg and emissions under 90g/km.