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Old 19th July 2006
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Default Willie and Max Maltese Cross Compact

I'm looking at saddle bags and I like the looks of the willie and max saddle bags as well as the sissy bar bag.

I'm wondering what it would take to get the compacts on my bike.

I have a quick release sissybar on my 06 xl1200L.
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I have willi & max compact slants and no hardware needed.
If you want pics pm me.
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Nothing needs to be relocated


This is where I secure them on the front tab
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Awesome pics, I'm thinking these are for sure a go.

Also I love the looks of your pipes, what brand are they and do they have a baffel?

I really like the VnH shortshots but I see they have a baffel and don't want to wimp out on sound if a baffel would do that.
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Ok they are ordered.

Do you have supports so they don't hang on your shocks?
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no supports needed, i rest my willie and max compact slants against the turn signals and the shocks.

This keeps em out of everything else. let them rest against the shocks, its o.k.






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Awesome, our yours secured in any way?
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