Saddlebag Liners

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  1. Gator Mcklusky

    Gator Mcklusky Bronze Member

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    Has anyone bought removable saddlebag liners for the new style bags on the Chieftain? (Chief Glide as @Baldhead_J would say)
     
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    I'm still using the drop-in from my Chieftain
     
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    Aren’t they Bestm, or something like that?
     
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    Yes
     
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    bit of a wet joke isn't it?:oops:o_O:rolleyes:;)
     
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    Translation please. Southeastern US, Coastal Dialect, to be specific :D
     
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    I looked up Bestm,.......It had a lot to do with liners of a female kind,......:cool::cool::cool::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
    Alpal
     
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    perhaps I should have included 'saddlebag' in my search:oops:o_O:confused::( request,.......
     
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    Ah, ok. Got it!
     
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    I bought a pair of these for my RM and I have to say, I am not a fan. Yeah it was nice to be able to pull them out but if you filled them to the capacity of the saddlebag you either weren't getting them out or in depending on if you filled them in or out of the bag respectively. If I had them packed for more than a two day stay they would stay in the bike.
     
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    any bag I put in the Scout bags gets caught on the quick release handles,....somewhat annoying so I tend to pack loose items again,....
     
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    I use old insulated shopping bags my wife gave me. They aren't water proof but it makes it easier to keep stuff together when travelling and they have nice handles.
     
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    Mine have worked for years for both Jeannie and I. We've traveled for up to 10 days, each with one bag and a little space in the T-bag we weren't using for fowl weather gear and tools.
    They work great and fit well. Mind that you don't over pack. You mostly don't need stuff.
     
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    Just placed the order, thanks.
     
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    They look pretty good to me.

    I assume these would not fit into Springfield bags?
     
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    Why would they not? Bags 'r bags, bruh.
     
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    Ahh, so Chieftain and Springer bags are same size - wasn't 100% sure.... Now I am !!
     
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    No!,......Aussie ones are different! Trust me!,......Would a Burtlander lie to you Juan?????o_O:oops::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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    Ha!! Pull the other one ! :sunglasses:
     
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