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Honda Magna 750 Spear Shock Cutout Studded Large Motorcycle Saddlebags

Fits Honda VF750C Magna 750 1988-2003
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Product Description

Key Lockable: Yes
Mounting Hardware: Included
Patent Number: US D710,603 S

21.5" x 7" x 13.5"

Storage Capacity: 1464 Cubic Inches (Pair)
Lid Opening: 13" x 6"
Weight: 17 lbs (Pair)
Weather Resistant: Yes
Sold As: Pair


Additional Details

  • These Honda Magna 750 Spear Shock Cutout Slanted Studded saddlebags can be relied upon to retain their beauty thanks to VIKING leather construction.
  • Simple instructions and a valuable hard-mount kit are included at no extra charge for maximized savings.
  • The complete metal frame and reinforced body and lid make it possible for these bags to retain their gorgeous shape.
  • Even the roughest of roads is no match for the durable ABS plastic fortified straight back on these bags.
  • Stop wasting time and get on with your journey thanks to the easy release buckles on these saddlebags.
  • Whatever the weather, these water resistant bags are capable of meeting the challenge.
  • A quality rubber interior lining, rust resistant chrome buckles, and rot-resistant stitching offer enhanced longevity.
  • Bring along whatever you need for the ride. There is plenty of room inside the storage compartment.
  • Thanks to the universal fitting offered by these Spear Shock Cutout Slanted Studded bags, they offer an ideal fit for your Honda Magna 750.
  • These bags can be used in whatever manner is most comfortable for you; either as a hard-mount or as a throw-over.
  • We include both bags for one price to pass on tremendous savings.
  • We believe you will love the quality of these bags, but if you do not for some reason, they are eligible for a 30-day money back guarantee. No questions!

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