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Honda CMX 250C Rebel 250 Uni Warrior Slant Large Motorcycle Saddlebags

Fits Honda CMX250C Rebel 250 1985-2016
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Product Description

Fitment Note : You may need to relocate the turn-signals to install the bags using the included relocation kit.
Pad Lockable: Yes
Mounting Hardware: Included
Patent Number: US D710,605 S
Dimensions: 20" x 6.5" x 11.5"
Storage Capacity: 1586 Cubic Inches (Pair)
Lid Opening: 12.5" x 6"
Weight: 12 lbs (Pair)
Turn Signal Relocation Kit: Required (Included)
Sold As: Pair


Additional Details

  • Durability and longevity are assured thanks to the VIKING leather construction of these Honda CMX 250C Rebel 250 Universal Warrior saddlebags.
  • With our free mounting hardware and simple instructions, you gain the ability to save money and time.
  • With their metal frame and top quality plastic reinforced body and lid, these saddlebags give you more value for your investment.
  • The quality ABS plastic straight back of these Universal Warrior saddlebags offer a personalized fit for your Honda CMX 250C Rebel 250.
  • Additional protection from the weather is available thanks to the weather-resistant exteriors of these bags.
  • An adjustable yoke allows you to find just the right angle and height to suit your comfort level.
  • Featuring airtight Velcro on the front and sides, these bags are designed to hold up to even snow and rain.
  • Stash all of your most important belongings in the spacious interior pocket.
  • Choose how you want to use these bags by using them as a throw-over or by using the included mounting equipment.
  • The left and the right bags are included for one incredibly low price.
  • We offer a 30-day money back guarantee that covers the full purchase price of your saddlebags.
  • Mounting Zone is Adjustable for this Bag.

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