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Willie And Max Grey Thunder Throw Over Saddle Bags! on


Crossville, Tennessee, United States

Crossville, Tennessee, United States
very nice used bags.
Brand:Willie & Max Placement on Vehicle:Rear Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Saddle Bag

Great bags! Came off a Honda Shadow. Will fit others. the bags are universal. . If someone needs some good bags and they are on a budget...problem solved. These fit the bill. They are in good used condition and have some normal wear on the bags that can't be seen once mounted. In no way does it affect the performance of the bags. $188.00 new. Buyer has 48 hrs to pay or item will be re listed .PayPal only. No returns.

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