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No.. I agree. If you can avoid a potential danger like that than do it. I was really just thinking of it a different way. By the way, you are the social conscience whether you pay attention or not. Everyone is. I apoligize if I offended.
I guess you're right.

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NOT IN THE SLIGHTEST my friend...

Always glad for the input, either way.

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Talking Well, yes and no...

I use the "Easy Bracket" system. The...'supports' attach to the bags themselves, and then mount onto the bike's seat struts using special
bolt heads. They can be used with any bag that has a stiffy in the
backside.
But seriously, folks: They work real good. Easy on, easy off, and ...
they lock onto the bike.
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I use the "Easy Bracket" system. The...'supports' attach to the bags themselves, and then mount onto the bike's seat struts using special
bolt heads. They can be used with any bag that has a stiffy in the
backside.
But seriously, folks: They work real good. Easy on, easy off, and ...
they lock onto the bike.
Me too. I'll second what Sporting lad said.
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